"Scorpion" and Pleuroxus uncinatus

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Jacek
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"Scorpion" and Pleuroxus uncinatus

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Cactusdave
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Love the Pol shots, especially the first one. How did you achieve the colours?
Leitz Ortholux 1, Zeiss standard, Nikon Diaphot inverted, Canon photographic gear

RogelioMoreno
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Jacek,

Pictures 1 and 2 are beautiful. I would like to know the setup used.

Rogelio

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Thank you. This is the polarization of the compensators. I got used to the old compensators LOMO, ordered intermediate tube to fit. And of course the polarizer and analyzer.

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Clado
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Post by Clado »

Hello Jacek,

Very beautyfull pictures.
I think the name of the waterflea is not Pleuroxus uncinatus but Alona guttata.

Clado

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you're right it's Alona guttata. Thank you

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