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Unformatted text preview: n on the video camera. If already on turn it off for a few seconds and then turn it on again. If it has a white balance button simply press the button. 46. Turn off the transmitted light. 47. Replace the specimen and refocus. 48. Stop down the aperture diaphragm until it is just out of view. Polaroid Digital Camera Preparing the Polaroid digital camera involves simply turning it on and using the correct TWAIN software. 49. Start up Adobe Photoshop and select file/import/Polaroid DMC. 50. Turn on the camera. 51. If using a PC to grab the images and the camera was off when the computer was booted you may have to rescan the SCSI bus. To do this open the control panel, start the Tape Devices program, click the Detect button and when the scan is finished close the Tape Devices panel. 52. Pull the knob to divert the light away from the eye pieces and to the camera. When Finished 53. Position the 5X objective in the light path. 54. Lower the stage and remove your specimen. 55. Turn off the camera. 56. Turn off the illuminator. 57. Replace the cover on the microscope. Figure 4. Wrought iron from a 19th century train. (Labophot 2A, 10X objective, bright field illumination.) Figure 5. Wrought iron from a 19th century train. (Labophot 2A, 10X objective, polarized light.) Figure 6. Wrought iron from a 19th century train. (Labophot 2A, 10X objective, dark field illumination.) Figure 7. Wrought iron from a 19th century train. (Labophot 2A, 10X objective, differential interference contrast.)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2010 for the course EMS 162l taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.
- Spring '08