leaf cell structure

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leaf cell structure

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Trying to have a deeper look inte the cell structure. Used an 20x Olympus water dipping lens, with my set up this is 88.8x on sensor. First picture Helicon, stereo and film Zerene:

Image

Cropped stereo:
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Short film for those that have trouble seeing stereo:
https://youtu.be/tJsJQKugzr0

I always have some dust. It would bee nice if Zerne could use an out of focus picture for automatic dust controll.

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:smt041 Very nice.
Thanks for sharing.

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Thank you Sumguy01

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3D

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That 3D image is stunning. Especially that stomata floating above everything else. SUPERB!

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Impressive stereo

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What a beautiful stereo image! Thank you.
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Nice !

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Very deep! Is it a peeled leaf?
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That stereo is superb. Great depth and great work!

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Post by JH »

Thanks for the very nice comments!

I have tried 3D models and video - but stereo is at least for me the best way to visualize this type of (semi)transparent objects. What might look like "junk" in a 2D pictures can turn out to be a part of an interesting transparent structure.
ChrisR wrote:Very deep! Is it a peeled leaf?
No - just submerged into water - and enough WD to play around with the light.

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A beauty!!!

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