|Macro Zoom Lens Microscope|
The images of amber shown below were captured using a macro zoom lens microscope system with the DCC2 2 megapixel CCD microscope camera. A feature on the software known as extended depth of focus was used with several of the images in order to capture in-focus images at different depths of field and then merging them into a single crisply focused image.
|Amber piece with a flower encapsulated in it under a macro zoom lens microscope.|
|Insect inside amber captured under the microscope.|
|Amber captured at 60x under the microscope using extended depth of focus with the DCC2 microscopy camera.|
|Amber captured at 78x under the microscope using extended depth of focus with the DCC2 microscopy camera.|
|Amber captured at 90x under a macro zoom lens microscope.|
|Flower inside amber under a macro zoom lens microscope system.|
|Insect in a piece of amber captured at 17x under the microscope.|
|Insect in a piece of amber captured at 42x under the microscope.|
For more information on amber, contact Juan Pons by email or phone 831-227-6398.
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