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Fern sori autoflorescence by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Fern sori,4x, FLUO-C6.1, HF B+C

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20170305-IMG_0379-Edit.jpg by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Fern stomata,10x, FLUO-C6.1, HF B

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Heather flower by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Heather flower, 4x, EPI-POL, HF B+C

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20170305-IMG_1127-Edit.jpg by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Heather flower, 2x, EPI-POL, HF B+C

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20170307-IMG_0002-Edit.jpg by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Fern stomata, 40x/0.6, FLUO-C6.1, HF B

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Winter Jasmine by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Winter Jasmine, 4, FLUO-C6.1, HF B

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Fern Stomata by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Fern Stomata, 60x/1.2, FLUO-C4, HF B(19,6)

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Plant leaf autofluorescence by Waldo Nell, on Flickr
Plant leaf, 4x, FLUO-C6.1, HF B+C

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This set is AWESOME! Love the colors and composition. Keep it up.

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Such lovely work! These are wonderful and inspiring.

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SUPER !

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Excellent set, Waldo. Beautiful auto-fluorescence.

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Post by cube-tube »

Stunning images!

Could you explain the notation for the fluorescence?
"FLUO-C4, HF B(19,6)"

I'm not familiar.

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cube-tube wrote:Stunning images!

Could you explain the notation for the fluorescence?
"FLUO-C4, HF B(19,6)"

I'm not familiar.
FLUO-C4 means my 4th fluorescence cube which is:
Excitation Filter: 330 – 480 nm single band bandpass filter 
Dichroic Mirror:495nm 
Emission Filter: 500nm long pass edge filter 

HF B(19,6) means Helicon Focus was used, method B and the radius and smoothing params were 19 and 6.

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Wonderful set of images!

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Thanks for looking.

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Missed these - woo they're glorious, Waldo :)
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Excellent!

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=D> Very nice set.
Thanks for sharing.

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Very nice pictures.

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Post by zed »

Out of curiousity - what are your excitation/emission filters for your FLUO-C6.1 cube?

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zed wrote:Out of curiousity - what are your excitation/emission filters for your FLUO-C6.1 cube?
Excitation Filter: 352 – 402 nm single band bandpass filter 
Dichroic Mirror: 414nm 
Emission Filter: 437nm long pass edge filter

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