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arturoag75
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Post by arturoag75 »

pwnell wrote:
arturoag75 wrote:Congratulations, :lol: :lol: :wink:
it's a really stunning scope and great shot yours ones!
what optics ? fluorite?
best
arturo
Thanks. No, I have the UPlanSApo's.
:shock: :shock: :?
many thanks for answer
arturo

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In your picture I see the camera clamped just at the end of the photo port.

Do you use direct projection from the tube lens image or is there any kind of relay lens inside the tube or adapter?
Pau

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Post by pwnell »

Pau wrote:In your picture I see the camera clamped just at the end of the photo port.

Do you use direct projection from the tube lens image or is there any kind of relay lens inside the tube or adapter?
Direct projection. I stole the Nikon TV tube from my Eclipse E200 and that seem to work well with the Olympus. Camera is attached to a T-ring mount and that connects to this Nikon TV tube, which is connected to the trinocular head's photo port.

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Post by curt0909 »

That's a nice piece of equipment. You're getting excellent results with it. I'm looking forward to seeing more photos from you.

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Post by pwnell »

My last picture might be a rotifer colony, specifically Conochilus or similar?

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Post by micronub »

Your video makes me never want to post another video again...... very impressive. For some reason I can't get that performance by holding my droid up to the eye piece.. :shock:

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