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[*] posted on 11-2-2019 at 14:48
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hi, I purchased one of this, someone have the same scop? I want to make photos and need a camera, reading here and there... of course I want no magnification or the - possible. I don't have idea what is best, a full frame camera, a 2/3 like the olympus family or something like this:

https://www.ebay.de/itm/C-MOUNT-MIKROSKOP-OKULAR-MIKROSKOPKA...

https://www.fishersci.co.uk/shop/products/fisher-scientific-...
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[*] posted on 12-2-2019 at 06:15


Why don't you use your smartphone camera?
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[*] posted on 12-2-2019 at 08:52


SP camera? how you connect a spc to a scop port? I need quality to edit in books, zines...
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[*] posted on 12-2-2019 at 10:51


Do you have a nice picture when looking through the microscope? In that case, you can get any camera without a lense, as long as it fits. Probably what you pay for is what you get. Usually when a camera is sold without a lense it is good enough technically seen, user friendliness is what you have to check for on the internet.

Just don't get dust on any part in the light path. I've seen million euro setups get ugly by that. The real measurements weren't effected so no money was spend fixing it, but it looked ugly when demonstrating.

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[*] posted on 12-2-2019 at 18:15


There are plastic adapters, available on ebay among other places, that hold the smartphone in front of the lens; they clamp on to the lens. I have used one on a spotting telescope to photograph birds at my bird feeders. I plan to use one to take photographs through my microscopes, if I ever get a round to it.
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