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|Olympus Capture Softwore use in microscopy application|
|Olympus Image Share – control app for Olympus cameras|
|Camera recommendation for microscopy application|
|Online configurator: LM microscope adapter for all digital cameras and microscopes|
|The Nikon D810 full frame camera in microscopy|
|Olympus Stereomikroskop SZH 10|
|Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 with 4k video recording|
|C-Mount: Depending on the size of the CCD chips there are being offered different C-Mount lenses like e.g. C-Mount Adapter 1x, C-Mount Adapter 0,63x, C-Mount Adapter 0,50x or|
|Canon EOS-1D X|
|fullframe camera Nikon D610 on the microscope|
|Microphotography with the fullframe sensor camera Nikon D4|
|The Pentax K-5 IIs DSLR camera tested on a microscope|
|Use of Nikon’s entry-level single lens reflex cameras at the microscope|
|Testing report: Nikon D5100 on a microscope|
|Almost a classic- Canon EOS 1000D|
|Canon EOS 100D - how does the currently smallest DSLR perform on th microscope?|
|Improving the quality of your microscope images|
|Sony NEX mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras: Sony NEX-5 and Sony NEX-3 in microscopy|
|Using the Canon EOS 700D (Canon Rebel T5i) for photgraphic work on the microscope|
|Canon Rebel T4i (EOS 650D) in a practical test|
|Canon EOS 70D on the microscope / laboratory microscope / stereomicroscope|
|Test report - Canon EOS 60D|
|Testing report: Canon EOS 5D Mark III|
|Canon EOS 5D Mark II on the microscope|
|Digital Consumer cameras in microscopy|
|Explanation: Digital Camera Microscope Rating|
|Conversion kit for connecting a digital camera to an Olympus microscope equipped with a phototube with a 38 mm dovetail ring by means of an LM digital SLR adapter and LM clamping ring|
|Cleaning and maintenance of LM DSLR adapters|
|Producing professional photodocumentations with WILD M3, WILD M7,WILD M8 / WILD M10 stereomicroscopes with digital cameras|
|dynamic range and it's influence on image quality|
|Taking photographs with the Nikon SMZ18, SMZ25, SMZ800N and SMZ1270i stereo microscopes using our tried and tested LM digital adapters|
|Detailed test report: The Nikon SMZ25 stereo microscope adapted for digital photography|
|The camera shutter - In photography, a shutter is used to control exposure time. It has a significant influence on image quality.|
|The Canon EOS utility software via USB or LAN|
|PC remote control of the Nikon Coolpix digital camera in microscopy|
|In microscopy, digital SLR cameras are the better video cameras!|
|High-quality images with Zeiss Stemi 2000|
|Universal connection for all established digital single-lens reflex cameras for Nikon microscopes with V-T phototube|
|Universal adapter range for all Zeiss microscopes with 30 mm internal diameter photo tubes (Interface 60 and Interface P95)|
|All in one: LM Digital SLR Universal Adapter for phototube and the eyepiece tube (C-Mount, 23.2mm, 30mm 37mm, 38mm, 42mm)|
|Connecting modern digital cameras with the Nikon SMZ 10 microscope|
|Sensor sensitivity (ISO) in digital cameras|
|C-Mount Interface and microscope adapter, coupler for Zeiss microscope tubes with 44 mm internal diameter (Interface 44).|
|Digital macro photography with “classic analogue lenses” at bargain prices|
|C-mount interface and microscope adapter, coupler for Zeiss microscopes with phototube 30 mm internal diameter (Interface 60)|
|Digital photographic documentation with the Euromex Novex RZ series stereo zoom microscope|
|LMscope has developed an innovative LM filter adapter for using compact cameras in microscopy. Using the filter adapter makes it possible to connect almost every existing and future compact camera|
|Sensor heating in Nikon DSLR cameras in Live View mode|
|BX series Olympus microscopes|
|DSLR camera or special-purpose microscope cameras?|
|Macro Close-Up Lens: LM Macro lens 40/80 with plan achromatic optics|
|Professional photo documentation using a digital SLR camera made easy with the Zeiss OPMI|
|Microscope photography with the Nikon SMZ1500 stereoscopic zoom microscope|
|C-Mount Interface and microscope adapter,coupler for Leica microscopes with phototube 35 mm ID|
|C-Mount Interface and microscope adapter,coupler for Olympus Microscopes from the BH, BHS and BHT series with trinocular tubes|
|The Olympus SZ61 stereo microscope with the LM digital adapter and digital SLR camera|
|How well suited are the Nikon SMZ745 and SMZ745T stereomicroscopes for photomicroscopy|
|LM photo microscopes: the flexible photography solution for large sensor cameras!|
|LM Microscope Adapter, Microscope coupler , Relay Lens|
|Special mounting medium for microscopy, non toxic,water solved,light hardening,fast solidifying and drying,neutraldoes not make air bubbles,high optical solution,color protecting,solvent free,high refractive index|
|C-Mount Interface and microscope adapter,coupler for Olympus microscopes with phototube 42 mm ID|
|LM Macroscope 32x: turn your digital SLR into a microscope / macroscope|
|LM DSLR macroscope 16x: Professional photographic documentation for a bargain price|
|digital photography using the Nikon Alphaphot 2 microscope|
|The Nikon D5300, the latest version of the entry-level camera, on the microscope|
|Testing report: Nikon D7000 in microscopy applications|
|Nikon D7100 on the microscope|
|Practical Test: Nikon D800|
Controlling Olympus digital SLR cameras from your PC with the OLYMPUS Studio 2 software (tethered shooting)
Advantages of computer control:
Particularly in microscope work, the option of controlling the camera from the PC makes image capture considerably easier. On the one hand, the workflow can be significantly enhanced, and at the same time it is possible to greatly improve the image quality. Camera control and image data exchange takes place via the USB connection between the camera and the computer. The digital image is saved on the computer’s hard drive immediately after capture. This enables the images to be viewed in full resolution. Photographs often appear to be successful on the camera’s small LCD display, but upon subsequent appraisal on the larger PC monitor, they may prove to be inadequate. This can be avoided using the computer control, because the images can be inspected immediately and taken repeatedly if necessary.
With manual shutter release there are often vibrations, which are picked up as motion blurs in the images. With computer control this no longer happens as the camera-microscope unit remains completely still, and the quality of the photos is thus considerably improved.
Olympus offers its own Studio 2 software for controlling your camera via PC.
An image viewer is integrated into the Olympus Studio 2 software, which displays the photographs immediately after they have been taken.
The camera can be connected to the computer by USB cable to enable it to be controlled remotely.
The “camera control” menu point can be found in the “camera” menu.
After the “camera control” button is pressed, the computer downloads all camera settings. This process takes a few seconds. Now all of the camera’s individual settings can be seen on the computer screen and can also be altered if required.
With a quick “click” on the shutter release button a photo is taken and immediately displayed on the screen.
When we tested the Olympus E-420 and E-3, we did, however, discover a limitation affecting the Olympus Live View function. When using active remote control via the USB cable with the OLYMPUS Studio 2 software, we were unable to activate the Live View mode on the camera’s own LCD display. As soon as the camera is controlled by the computer, its own display switches off.
It was only possible to generate a “live image” by means of an external screen, which we connected via the video cable. To do this, the “VIDEO SIGNAL” must be set to “ON” in the camera settings.
If you want to control the camera from the computer via a USB cable and connect an external video monitor at the same time, then for some Olympus camera models a special cable is required. The E-500 / E-330 / E-410 / E-420 and E-510 models all possess a combination plug, which combines the USB connection and the video connection in one socket. Therefore, an additional Olympus cable (USB AV / PC-2) will be required for these cameras. For Olympus’s professional cameras (e.g. E-3), this type of cable is not required, as both a standard USB socket and a separate video socket are available. The required cables are also supplied with the Olympus E-3.
Live View on an external 7” LCD monitor.
The OLYMPUS Studio 2 software is a superb enhancement for Olympus’s range of SLR cameras. Particularly in microscopy, it enables the user to fully utilise the cameras’ strengths. Thus, it is possible to improve image quality and to increase the speed at which the user can work. We also recommend using a small external LCD video monitor for adjusting the focus.
|Controlling the focus using the live view feature with zoom function (mode B)|
|Using the Olympus E-410 / E-510 digital SLR cameras in microscopy|
|Using the Olympus E-420 digital SLR camera in microscopy|
|Using the Olympus E-3 professional digital SLR camera in microscopy|
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|Special mounting media for microscopy|
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