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Re: Obelink viewing Yes. David From: Randall Buck Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 4:02 PM To: Microscope@yahoogroups.com Subject: RE: [Microscope] Obelink viewing Do you mean
Re: Finally caught up with an amoeba - after a 57 year wai In that case, its a management amoeba....... Cheers, Merv From: J. Forster Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2013 6:54 PM To: Microscope@yahoogroups.com Subject:
Re: Finally caught up with an amoeba - after a 57 year wait In thinking about it a bit, what I described as multi-tasking, may, in reality, be simply an almost complete lack of central co-ordination. YMMV, -John
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Re: Finally caught up with an amoeba - after a 57 year wait John, Watching its movements, I was thinking to myself, "By what means is the "decision" made to withdraw one pseudopod and extend another one." I'd like to
Re: Finally caught up with an amoeba - after a 57 year wait I'm impressed by its ability to multi-task. -John
Re: Local Stereoscope Retailer for budding biology student years ago I purchased a SkyWatcher 6" refractor from Vancouver Telescope...very good advice/good service...a great purchase experience for me . charlie
Finally caught up with an amoeba - after a 57 year wait I finally ran across an amoeba in my pond water samples. I haven't seen one since resuming the microscopy hobby for the first time since my teenage years, and
Re: Obelink viewing Do you mean Oblique illumination ? Randall ... From: Microscope@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Microscope@yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of focusball3@... Sent:
Re: Cellphone photography There, I had to reset the router. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Microscope/photos/album/353933373/pic/900180067/view The camera was nothing very much, by
Re: Cellphone photography With a bit of thought it's possible to make a simple fitting to make using a cellphone easier. I did it a couple of years ago with my old Nokia as an
Obelink viewing Hello, For obelink viewing, do you use a flat or concave mirror? Thanks, David
Re: Cellphone photography I got my microscope yesterday and tried. Yes, it's hard. I can't even hold it against the lens because somehow that makes the image smaller. My cellphone has
Re: Local Stereoscope Retailer for budding biology student Mine is an AO type "forty". These are the dual objective design and are very economical. They are designed for use in school labs and are built like tanks.
Re: Local Stereoscope Retailer for budding biology student Note that there are two different types of scopes with a magnification knob on the side. One has a set of several fixed magnifications, which are produced by
Re: Local Stereoscope Retailer for budding biology student Try Vancouver Telescope. Despite the name, the store sells microscopes as well as telescopes. And not just new Chinese scopes either - they generally have a
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Re: Local Stereoscope Retailer for budding biology student Go to the link below, and look at Figure 2 and Figure 4 http://www.microscopyu.com/articles/stereomicroscopy/stereointro.html Figure 2 is the AO cyclop scope
Re: Leitz FL 50x/0.85 hello Howard, I'm not sure if you will get this message given the age of teh original posting. Oh well i can try. You indicate it is for incidet light. I
Re: Local Stereoscope Retailer for budding biology student what Seth said, the AO stereozooms look to be in your price range, although I have never used one, AO seems to be pretty respected in this group.
Re: Local Stereoscope Retailer for budding biology student The used AO 'scope will be high quality and cheaper than a new scope but the new scope will be new and slightly less risk than buying on eBay. Either is a
Re: Local Stereoscope Retailer for budding biology student The word of art is a Zoom 'scope. You should consider both used and new. Best, -John
Re: Local Stereoscope Retailer for budding biology student Marc get an AO Cycloptic on ebay With Respect Seth Malovany MT AMT On Wednesday, December 4, 2013 7:39 PM, "metalmonkey38@..."
Re: Local Stereoscope Retailer for budding biology student For the scope I was thinking of a scrolling scope (one the ranges from one magnification to another via a wheel on the side). As far as specimens, insects,
Re: Local Stereoscope Retailer for budding biology student Welcome to the Group. Are you looking for a single scope? Your post is a bit unclear. Also, what do you want to look at, and roughly what is your budget? Best,
Local Stereoscope Retailer for budding biology student Hey my name is Mac Macdonald. I am studying biology at a local university in the Vancouver, Canada area. I was wondering if anyone knew of a good place to buy
Re: Help with vintage Nikon objectives The AO 10 is an infinity stand so that is probably why your Nikon objectives are not working right on your scope. Especially with the higher powers. Charles
Re: Help with vintage Nikon objectives Hi, I am using the objectives on AO Spencer Series 10, which has parfocal distance of 33mm (close enough to 35mm for these vintage Nikons to work), and TL of
Re: Disinfecting; Don' t Wipe Lens Surfaces With Bleach Really? I was in grad school and working through the '80s, and I can't remember ever seeing a man with eye makeup (except when on stage or in a movie). Maybe
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Re: Sterilizing a microscope Looks like I got him all wrong! My apologies to Almroth... Though he was famously nicknamed 'Almost Right'. So I was almost right :D I thought he had
Re: Help with vintage Nikon objectives James -- You didn't mention which scope you are using. If your scope has a field diaphragm (if you're using one of the Nikon black S series scopes, you should
Help with vintage Nikon objectives Hi, I bought a set of 4 vintage Nikon plan objectives. The 4x and 10x works well. The s Fl 40 Plan 0.75 0.17 objective is parfocal with the other ones. But
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