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santiago
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Post by santiago »

anne wrote:Santiago,
if you choose the Main Page and use as keyword Mikrokosmos you will find near all Mikrokosmos Papers over years. All very intersting and still very actual. Enough for month to read.
BG
Anne
That is brilliant, thank you! Really fantastic material with lots of information and beautiful pictures.
Santiago
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Post by carlos.uruguay »

A beauty!!!

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Post by WalterD »

Fantastic photos, Steve; impressive detail and image quality.
(Did not notice this thread before :oops: )
Somehow I never got familiar with crosseyed looking at stereo images, maybe I should get a viewer.

Robert Berdan
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Beautiful Detail

Post by Robert Berdan »

Very nice showing amazing detail in the Diatoms. Inspiring.

discomorphella
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Post by discomorphella »

Truly wonderful DIC image. Where did you get the appropriate lower prism for a 1.4 NA / 1.4 NA double immersed system?
Great shot. Well worth what I know from experience is a messy post-imaging cleanup....

David

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Post by KurtM »

anne wrote:Hi Steve,
you know this is a really completely incredible image?
Looks like SEM/REM in details.
Thank you for sharing.

Anne
What Anne said...
Cheers,
Kurt Maurer
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Beatsy
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Post by Beatsy »

Thanks for your kindly comments all.
discomorphella wrote:Truly wonderful DIC image. Where did you get the appropriate lower prism for a 1.4 NA / 1.4 NA double immersed system?
Great shot. Well worth what I know from experience is a messy post-imaging cleanup....
I used the DIC slider for a 63/1.4 objective (and the appropriate II prism in front). Not quite as contrasty on the 100x, but a little extra levels and curves in post brings it up to par. No "cleanup" required on this one.

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