February 10, 2017
by Liz Inman
I first discovered The Private Eye Loupes when I borrowed a class set from a professor friend at the University of Kentucky. I fell in love with them and so did my biology students!
Here are some tips I discovered while using the loupes. Read the rest of this entry »
January 10, 2013
by: Martin Sagendorf
To take neat photos of little things.
That our digital cameras, web, and cell phone cameras can only take ‘life-size’ photos… but…
These cameras can also photograph images provided by other optical devices…
Microscopes and spectrographs.
These devices provide collimated images (i.e. focused at infinity) and an ordinary digital camera device can photograph these images.
Are much smaller than ‘full frame’ – a photo-handling program is an absolute necessity – to enlarge and enhance the images. For the camera images shown, the camera used is a Panasonic DMC-TZ4.
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