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by alanj49
09.03.2009 23:22
Forum: Helicon Focus: Micro
Topic: Help for a beginner
Replies: 11
Views: 16588

I have had a bit of success, I have just taken a sequence of images to produce the image of the leg and hooks of a Housefly. The marks on the hooks are under the cover slide and were there when I was supplied with the slide, so not guilty on that one This is my first posted image so I would be grate...
by alanj49
09.03.2009 19:28
Forum: Helicon Focus: Micro
Topic: Help for a beginner
Replies: 11
Views: 16588

Hi Jon, I have had a bit of success since yesterday, I found out that there is a local firm that manufacture spacers, mounts, tubes etc especially for optical systems. I got a set of spacers which has got me nearer to my goal, but I think I will go back to him and get them to machine out one of the ...
by alanj49
09.03.2009 01:49
Forum: Helicon Focus: Micro
Topic: Help for a beginner
Replies: 11
Views: 16588

Hi Jon, many thanks for the reply..I have spent most of today scrutinising Charles Krebs site, and like most people am in awe at his results. After a lot more trial and even more errors I think I have narrowed some of my problems to not being able to get the camera parfocal with the microscope, with...
by alanj49
08.03.2009 03:56
Forum: Helicon Focus: Micro
Topic: Help for a beginner
Replies: 11
Views: 16588

Hi... am am fairly new to this subject and am having some of the same problems. I am using a GX Optics LH1500BHTG Microscope with a Trinocular head, the camera is a Canon EOS 450D attached via a C Mount adaptor and T Ring. The few subjects that I have at the moment are all bottom lit with a variable...