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An Introduction to Digital Photomicrography

Handbook / Manual
By: Brian Matsumoto(Author), Carol Roullard(Illustrator)
110 pages, 88 colour photos and colour illustrations, tables
Publisher: Crowood Press
An Introduction to Digital Photomicrography
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An Introduction to Digital Photomicrography is written for the hobbyist and the neophyte who wants to take pictures through the microscope. The book includes a description of the parts of the microscope; how to use adjust lighting; types of digital cameras; controls for adjusting digital cameras; choosing a video camera and controls for videography.

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Brian Matsumoto had directed a microscopy facility consisting of transmission and scanning electron microscopes. For light microscopy, the facility contained microscopes capable of fluorescence, differential interference contrast, phase contrast, and darkfield illumination.

Carol Roullard is a prize-winning photographer who has co-written over eight books on using cameras.

With co-author Brian Matsumoto, they have a combined experience in photomicrography of over sixty years.

Handbook / Manual
By: Brian Matsumoto(Author), Carol Roullard(Illustrator)
110 pages, 88 colour photos and colour illustrations, tables
Publisher: Crowood Press
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