Photography through the microscope
Photographic Products Group, Eastman Kodak Co., 1988 - Photography - 104 pages
Understanding the compound microscope; Microslides; Microscope illumination; Cameras for photomicrography; Color photomicrography; Black-and-white photomicrography; Determining exposure; Faults in photomicrographs; Enhancing specimen visibility; Photomicrography of opaque specimens; Recording motion through the microscope; Selected references; Glossary of terms; Some sources of prepared microslides; Black-and-white films; Color slide films; Pathways to color prints.
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achromatic adjust aperture diaphragm Apochromat back focal plane background beam splitter black-and-white films blue body tube brightfield cinemicrography color balance color film color temperature contrast correct cover glass crography croscope crystals darkfield depth of field detail distance effect EKTACHROME emulsion exposure eyepiece eyepoint field diaphragm field of view Figure filament image film plane film speed fluorescence fluorite focus focusing green ground glass image brightness image quality immersion objectives KODAK KODAK EKTACHROME KODAK WRATTEN Kohler illumination lamp condenser lamp filament lenses light beam light source magnification manufacturer metallographic meter method micro millimetres mounting medium numerical aperture objective back focal opaque optical photographic photomi photomicro photomicrography phragm polarizing processing produce radiation record refractive index resolving power rotate scope shutter speed smears specific specimen slide spherical aberration stage stain stop substage condenser technique thickness tion tissue transmitted transparent tungsten ultraviolet usually visual wavelength WRATTEN Filter