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  1. Inspired by @daves64 pictures, I decided to try out a Dino Lite for myself. I tried the AF4915ZTL model. I knew I wanted image stacking capabilities, which Dino-Lite calls Extended Depth of Field (EDOF), Automatic Magnification Reading (AMR) since an accurate scale bar was a priority and a long working distance for larger specimens so that helped narrow down the model. There are definitely pros and cons about it, but I'll let the results do the talking. Taken using EDOF: Taken using EDOF as well: Taken using the Extended Dynamic Range (EDR) feat
  2. Like @JohnBrewer , I also purchased a new toy from AmScope. I purchased Item #UHM350-11 "Tabletop Digital Microscope with Variable Working Distance and 11" Articulating Arm". This piece also have two LED lighting rings.This was a great purchase for $270.00 and about 1000 times better that the $20 Plugable USB Microscope that I purchased before. I set it up and unfortunately I do not have an Micro SD card to capture the pics. I am not tech savy, so I will have to study it for a bit and see if I can actually hook it up to mu computer. Right now I have it hooked up to my TV with the "
  3. Paleontologic Data Fossilized on IBM 8” Floppies Posted April 13, 2020 by Ben Muddiman, Ivo Duijnstee and Cindy Looy University of Chicago Museum of Paleontology Yours, Paul
  4. So I am finally getting a digital micrometer because the two formations I have spent 100% of my time in over the last 8 months has some extremely small fossils (do know if you call them Micro but many are <5mm and only a portion of a MM wide or deep. The one I got goes down to 1/100 of a mm which should be very useful for measuring growth rings and other characteristics of the various species. Should be here early next week, which is good as I have a significant number of fossils to ID and further remove matrix. It may seem unusual that summer is not my collecting time but due
  5. Hello, I am looking to buy a portable, digital microscope, that can be used for small to medium specimens. I can't afford anything too fancy, but I really want something that is at least decent. Does anyone have any recommendations?
  6. OK folks, it's time I update my digital microscope technology knowledge and equipment. I have an ancient Celestron low-end scope that is compatible up to Windows 7 OS. Problem is, I no longer have a Windows 7 OS. So, I'm looking to upgrade my scope to a better one that is Windows 10 compatible. Next problem is, it's been a while since I was in the market for a scope, and technology moves so fast that I no longer know what the best options out there are. Could this esteemed and knowledgeable group of folks please give me some recommendations on what you find to be the good in the
  7. Just cleaning storage and found 2 digital microscopes for trade. I would like to broaden my knowledge and will consider any fossil or extant material, or other items related to nature. Please PM me your offers #1: It works very well, the focus ring is smooth, so focusing is easy and takes little time. However, it's resolution is not ideal, at just 640x480 pixels, or 0.3MP. The closer you put the lens to an object, the bigger the magnification will be. Lift the microscope higher and the magnification will be lower, and you will be able to fit more thing
  8. So I have been playing around with taking pictures through my microscopes over the last year or so and so far I have not bee terribly impressed by the quality of the images. I purchased a Celestron 2MP digital imager (http://www.amazon.com/Celestron-Digital-Microscope-Imager-44421/dp/B003DVP7CE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1385480943&sr=8-1&keywords=digital+imager) which was quite cheap ($35) last year and the picture quality is pretty poor, which is about what I expect for 2MP. I have a DSLR camera and a mount that I have used, but I have an older DSLR without live view which makes fo
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