Copepod images (taken with universal filter)

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Copepod images (taken with universal filter)

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some images of a Copepod (very old sample - I'm surprised they are still alive) taken with the universal filter (new version with vivid blue background).

PZO Plan 10/0,26 objective
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PZO Plan 20/0,4 objective
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Litonotus,

Interesting the effect with the 20x objective.

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Wow..this look like DIC..very interesting!
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thank you :)

My friends who have DIC say that this effect is very dic-like indeed :) I wish I had a better camera connection, but no money for that now. I tried to buy one canon S5 eyepiece adapter, paid for it, but the seller responsed that it gives bad image which does not fill the camera's field of view so I decided to get a refund. Those adapters are becoming very hard to find because like one said: they are blast from the past now ;) But if something cheap could be found for my camera (I don't expect to complete the E600 soon) I would buy it - at least it WILL be better than hand hold camera placed on the eyepiece...
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Litonotus wrote:thank you :)

....I wish I had a better camera connection, but no money for that now. ...
...But if something cheap could be found for my camera (I don't expect to complete the E600 soon) I would buy it - at least it WILL be better than hand hold camera placed on the eyepiece...
Have you tried afocal with a fixed support?
http://www.photomacrography.net/forum/v ... hp?t=15607
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Post by arturoag75 »

:shock: :shock: :shock:
Pau,
you got a (Infinity?) Olympus DIC slider and an old Zeiss Inko condenser??
and this unit working good whit all objectives?
very nice
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Post by Pau »

Arturo, yes, the DIC prism slider is for infinite BX series. It works but not perfect and not with all objectives:

http://www.photomacrography.net/forum/v ... hp?t=14377

http://www.photomacrography.net/forum/v ... hp?t=15606
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very interesting..
many thanks
arturo

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