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Post by Jne_K on Wed Apr 11, 2007 12:30 pm

Hi

A stereo will work for large organisms, but not microrganisms. Magnification needed determines the type of microscope used and a stereo such as the SF50 offers 50x.

To attach an SLR, you need an SF50TA or TS, LOMO SF-50 Stereo Microscopes and a Celestron T-Rings For 35mm Cameras: 93402.

LOMO SF-50 Stereo Microscope Trinocular

Post by esembr on Wed Apr 11, 2007 12:28 pm

I have a Nikon digital SLR (D70s) and would like to photograph pond organisms. Can LOMO SF-50 Stereo Microscope Trinocular be used for this purpose? What sort of extra adapters would I need to attach such a camera? Do you have any examples of photos taken with LOMO SF-50 Stereo Microscope Trinocular?
Thanks

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