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Impressive!!
The last is darkfield?

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Fantastic :wink:

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Thanks :)
carlos.uruguay wrote:Impressive!!
The last is darkfield?
Yes

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Very nice indeed.
First photo= DIC
Second photo = ?

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First and second photo - DIC

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I apologize, I meant the third picture.

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darkfield

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Post by pwnell »

These are beautiful. How did you do darkfield with a 100x objective? I cannot do darkfield on my BX53 if the NA of the objective is above 0.9, thus no 40x / 60x / 100x DF.

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Post by Jacek »

Double oiling, oil condenser lens and iris. I use the
Olympus DPlanApo 100 / (0,8-1.3).
The aperture of the lens in the oil condenser is max. 0.9 above is no longer dark-field.
Sorry for my english


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