Re: Advice on Microscope

From: Agustin ^lt;>
Date: 02/28/04-03:10:04 PM Z
Message-id: <001a01c3fe3f$3cf3a0e0$>

Woops. Some months ago, my photography professor sold a Swing (english) microscope. binocular type. With lots and lots of accesories. Nikon adapter, leica adapter (with compur shutter) and some other beauties. Just 400uSs... A pitty!!!!

Agustin Barrutia.
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  Sent: Saturday, February 28, 2004 5:25 PM
  Subject: Re: Advice on Microscope


  The "binocular Type" vs Single Barrel, or whatever the terms are for the two types...can both be used with a camera?

  I'm trying to see how many angels I can print on the head of a pin with a digital negative...

  Mark Nelson

  In a message dated 2/28/04 2:11:52 PM, writes:

    Wonder if anyone one the list could offer some advice on the following.

    I would like to obtain a microscope to use in conjunction with a film
    testing project on which I am currently working. Don't need anything
    fancy but would like to be able to use it for making photographs of
    negatives for the purpose of comparing grain and sharpness. And price
    is a major consideration as I don't want to invest a lot in this

    All advice and suggestions appreciated.

    Sandy King
Received on Sat Feb 28 15:11:31 2004

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