I haven't found anything that was superior to just pressing the camera
lens up against the microscope eyepiece and setting up the shot with
the view screen.
(I was going to give Linda a detailed account of what she should look
for in a microscope, but Britt covered it all in two lines :O)
On Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 3:48 PM, Stephen DiCerbo <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Oh, hey
> Can anyone recommend from experience a digital camera adaptor for one
> of these scopes?
> At 06:19 PM 2/24/2011, you wrote:
>> You can find links for refurbished microscope suppliers in the Listserve
>> archives. You are looking for a stereo Dissecting microscope the can magnify
>> 40- 50X
>> Britt Griswold
>> Any preferred places to purchase?
>> I have a BioQuip catalog, need to pull it off the shelf.
>> I like investigating the world, and just a practical scope that is not
>> super expensive. I don't work for anybody, so this is my own expenditure.
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