Microscope Experiment

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    Steven Schmitt Member

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    I attempted to make some 3D microscope picture of small insects. The only bugs I could find were some old dead bugs in a lamp fixture. The depth of field is too small for good 3D. I need bigger bugs. test4 - Copy.jpg test5 - Copy.jpg
     
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    Ian Administrator Staff Member

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    Interesting idea Steven! I look forward to seeing how this works out with something bigger :D.
     
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    Here are some picture of my microscope, it is a cheap USB scope with 40 to 800 power. I made a stand that allows the microscope to be tilted to create parallax. The stand that came with the microscope was a hopeless POS. My stand has a heavy iron base and 5/8" bolt for the upright. scope1.jpg 100_8925.JPG 100_8923.JPG 100_8924.JPG
     
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    I love it! DOF is very difficult with micro and macro. Experiments with stereo are always very welcome. greetings Wim
     
    wim hoppenbrouwers, Jan 29, 2015
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