Images made through a microscope. All subject types.
Thanks. Polarised light is a very valuable and versatile method of illumination which can be easily and quite cheaply implemented on most microscopes. The polariser is easy to arrange but a place must be found between the objective and the eyepiece for the analyser. Some microscopes like the Zeiss Standard have provision for a screw in analyser in the binocular/trinocular head, while others have a filter slot in the body tube , intermediate tube, or objective turret mount where an analyser can be placed.
Leitz Ortholux 1, Zeiss standard, Nikon Diaphot inverted, Canon photographic gear