Japonica Shrimp - Part II (Image added)

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Japonica Shrimp - Part II (Image added)

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20140101-DSLR_IMG_1764-Edit.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Japonica shrimp, 40x/0.6, DIC, HF B+C

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20140101-DSLR_IMG_1732-Edit.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Japonica shrimp, 40x/0.6, DIC, HF B

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20140101-DSLR_IMG_2310-Edit.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Japonica shrimp, 40x/0.6, DIC, HF B

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20140101-DSLR_IMG_1551-Edit.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Japonica shrimp, 20x/0.45, DF, HF B+C

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20140101-DSLR_IMG_1885-Edit.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Japonica shrimp, 40x/0.6, DF, HF B+C

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20140101-DSLR_IMG_2427-Edit.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Japonica shrimp, 40x/0.6, DF, HF B

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20140101-DSLR_IMG_2950-Edit.jpg by pwnell, on Flickr
Japonica shrimp, 40x/0.6,POL, HF B+C
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These are amazing.. :wink:
I see that you used a 40x 0,6, is it achromatic :?:
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arturoag75 wrote:These are amazing.. :wink:
I see that you used a 40x 0,6, is it achromatic :?:
Arturo
Thanks.

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Post by Ernst Hippe »

Waldo,
beautyful clear pictures!
Did you also take shots with polarized light? I would be interested very much if you could see crystals at the animal's carapax.
Greetings Ernst

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Ernst Hippe wrote:Waldo,
beautyful clear pictures!
Did you also take shots with polarized light? I would be interested very much if you could see crystals at the animal's carapax.
Greetings Ernst
Thanks Ernst. I believe you can see some crystals in my first set.

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Post by Cactusdave »

There are terrific images in each of the sets, both DIC and darkfield. The X40 darkfield is remarkable, and the DIC is absolutely spot on with a really interesting subject
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Excellent job!

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Perfect and beautiful !!!

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pwnell wrote:
arturoag75 wrote:These are amazing.. :wink:
I see that you used a 40x 0,6, is it achromatic :?:
Arturo
Thanks.

LWD U PLAN FLUORITE 40X OBJECTIVE, NA 0.6, WD 2.7-4.0 MM, WITH CORRECTION COLLAR
thanks, Olympus fluorite give very nice results :wink:

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great pictures

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

Another beautiful set!

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Thanks for the kind comments!

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Those chomophores :smt118 :smt055

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