Euplotes eurystomus and Pinnularia (images added)

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RogelioMoreno
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Rich,

Thank you for your comments.

Rogelio

RogelioMoreno
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Gerald Helbig wrote:Hi Rogelio,

magic images! Is this correct: the Nikon TE300 is a inverse microskope? I never saw DIC-pictures with a inverse microskope like this.

Best regards

Gerald
Yes, the TE300 is an inverted microscope.

Thank you for your comments.

Rogelio

Mitch640
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Awesome images. #3 and 4 are Tyrannosaurus Rex?

Every now and then, one item on the assembly line comes off the end as the perfect product, whether it is cars or microscopes. I think you got one of the perfect ones. :)

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Great pics but the diatom steals the show. I've never seen a diatom look like that.

RogelioMoreno
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Mitch & curt0909,

Thank you for your comments.

Rogelio

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Hi Rogelio,

Your DIC is very good, I do my best to obtain a little part of what you perform, but I think that my goal is not for today.
I cannot succed to have the same beautiful blue background you have. I suppose that it is your polarizer and analyser that give you this color ?

Regards

JM

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Jean-marc wrote:Hi Rogelio,

Your DIC is very good, I do my best to obtain a little part of what you perform, but I think that my goal is not for today.
I cannot succed to have the same beautiful blue background you have. I suppose that it is your polarizer and analyser that give you this color ?

Regards

JM
By default my DIC setup has black background (like darkfield) at the crossed position of the polarizer/analyzer, when you start to move the polarizer (Senarmont) then the backround start to change toward a white.
To get the blue background I have to move a little out the objective's DIC prism.

Thank you for your comments.

Rogelio

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