A very satisified Helicon Focus customer, I am considering delving into microphotography. However, the vendor for the stereo microscope under consideration advises to verify that Helicon Focus will compensate for the 7 degrees off vertical images from a stereo dissection microscope:
"Focus stacking can be problematic through a dissecting microscope because, unlike a traditional macro setup, the camera "sees" the subject at a slight angle. Dissecting microscopes allow a 3D image by using distinct optical paths for each eye. These paths are set at a 7 degree angle from vertical. The camera uses one of these paths to view the subject. There are software corrections for this and I believe Helicon Focus is capable of this correction. You just need to be aware that this alignment of images is required."
In view of what is mentioned above, will Helicon Focus Pro compensate for this deviation?