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bothered
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1st Pics

Post by bothered »

Being a teacher it's tricky getting the time.

I've managed to piece together something that takes photos and managed a first attempt of sorts.

I have stacked the files and edited the colour a little

olympus ch with custom-made led epi flourscent

using monocular and a secondary/extension tube for 600D camera

1st two are epi-flourescent 2nd is torn/stripped leaf using substage light
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not really finalised my setting with camera and micrscope , ive got a few different setups i want to try out to find out which is best but waiting for things to pop up on ebay is a bi... ;)

Just realised this should probably go in the Beginners Micro section

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Hello.
I believe that the sample is very thick and loses sharpness

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Post by bothered »

Thank you :)

Also I am so sorry i believe I should have posted this in the beginners forum, please move if possible. If you can not, apologies again

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You must not move the photo! We are all always beginners!

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The solution is to get a more fine cut
Or use the thin layer that can be seen from some of the leaves
This pages can help you:
http://www.microbehunter.com/observing-leaf-stomata/
http://www.microscopy-uk.org.uk/mag/ind ... nion3.html

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Post by bothered »

Hi thank you for the extra wood glue info...
We were brought up using clear nail varnish to do something similar, of course neither of my pictures used either of those methods. Thanks

que parte uruguay che? I visited Buenos Aires some time ago and lived for there for a year!! estas hablar 'boludo' siempre tambien?? My spanish is still bad hahahaha

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Montevideo, uruguay.
This blog is in Spanish but you may be interested:
http://microtincionvegetal.blogspot.com/
Regards

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