|Micro Tech Lab Professional solutions for digital micro and macro photography|
|An overview of the LM microscope adapters|
|We offer LM digital adapter solutions for the following microscopes|
|Online configurator: LM microscope adapter for all digital cameras and microscopes|
|LM adapter solution for c-mount microscope ports with reduction optics (0.5x / 0.6x / 0.7x or f=55mm / f=75mm / f=100mm)|
|LM Macroscope 24x (15x and 11x) for Focus Stacking: Highest resolution without compromise|
|LM Macroscope 9x (5x and 3x) for Focus Stacking: Highest resolution without compromise|
|LM photo microscopes: the flexible photography solution for large sensor cameras!|
|Example application: Sand under the LM photo microscope|
|Example application LM macroscope 24x: European garden spider (Araneus diadematus)|
|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|
|Micro Tech Lab advisory service: microscopy, digital cameras, high quality photo|
|Service: improving image quality by giving your microscope a professional check-up|
|Camera ranking for microscopy use|
|Camera recommendation for microscopy application|
|DSLR camera or special-purpose microscope cameras?|
|Image sensor: dynamic range and it's influence on image quality|
|The Zeiss Stemi 508 stereo microscope: microscope adapters for digital cameras (DLSR and system cameras)|
|The Olympus IX2 series: enhanced versatility for use in a wide range of application|
|Our LM digital adapters open the Zeiss SV8 stereo microscope to a new, digital world|
|Nikon’s SMZ 645 and 660 stereo microscopes in microphotography|
|With the help of LM Digital adapter the inverse Nikon Eclipse MA100 and MA200 microscope become fit for photomicrography|
|Capture exceptional images with the Leica DM4 B/DM6 B and our LM digital adapters|
|LM photo microscope with Nikon C-mount camera DS-Fi2 and control panel DS-L3 for measurement tasks, long-term studies and lengthy observations|
|Install modern camera systems (DSLR, system- or c-mount cameras) with our LM digital adapter on the Olympus SZX9 – a stereo microscope for industrial applications|
|Capture One Pro software: Tethering in microscopy with Live View for a large variety of cameras|
|Preview: The Nikon D850 – the new number 1 in our camera ranking!|
|Sony Alpha 9 – a camera that has everything you need!|
|Sony Alpha 7S II – a video specialist with ultra-high light sensitivity|
|Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5 – an interesting solution for long-term video recording at the microscope|
|Professional camera with full-frame sensor Leica M10 on the microscope|
|The new Canon DSLR EOS 1300D – a “microscope camera” with an unbeatable price/performance ratio|
|Canon EOS 800D DSLR - test on microscope with LM DSLR widefield adapter with planachromatic optics|
|Canon EOS 200D - practical test on microscope with LM DSLR widefield adapter with planachromatic optics|
|Various LM digital adapter solutions for many microscopes with the new Canon EOS 77D DSLR|
Creative, highly effective macroscopic lighting from IKEA
A simple off-the-shelf IKEA LED lamp with 3 watts (power consumption) is perfectly well suited for professional use with macroscopes and microscopes.
When it comes to light sources for our work at the macroscope, we prefer simple off-the-shelf IKEA LED lamps. This usually helps us save on expensive macroscopic lighting systems. Lighting with IKEA LED lamps works easiest with models that come with a clamp and suction cup. These can be fastened directly to the stand or the base plate with no effort at all. This simple method provides more flexibility, thereby allowing the user to quickly adjust to new lighting conditions. The flexible gooseneck of the lamps also makes it possible to precisely adjust the lighting angle to the object to be captured in the image. This is not possible with ring lights, for instance, because their angle of incidence is always the same.
The IKEA LED lamps also perform quite well with side light configurations, as object details and surface structures are much better visible with this type of lighting.
To work as productively as possible, we recommend attaching multiple LED lamps to the macroscope or microscope. This way, depending on the specific requirements, different lamps can be switched on or off without having to make substantial changes to the lighting assembly. This is why an IKEA LED lamp comes as standard with the delivery of our LM macroscopes.
It would be even better if the IKEA lamps also included a dimmer switch along with the on- and off-switch. However, this is not a major flaw as the brightness can be adjusted by increasing or decreasing the distance of the light source from the object and altering the angle of incidence.
The light intensity of 70 lumens is roughly equivalent to the luminous flux of a 15 watt light bulb. This amount of light is not overly bright, so requiring even less light will not be a very common occurrence. This is also the reason why we recommend using multiple LED lamps.
The IKEA LED lamps produce a pleasant, economical light and offer flexible possibilities of application, especially when multiple lamps are being used simultaneously. They are quite well suited for macroscopic applications, but can also be put to good use with microscopes. The price-performance ratio is unbeatable at any rate.
Nikon D850 / Sony Alpha 7III / Sony Alpha 9 / Nikon D5 / Sony Alpha 7S II / Sony Alpha 7R II / Sony Alpha 7R III / Sony Alpha 7S / Canon EOS 5D Mark IV / Nikon D750 / Canon EOS 6D Mark II / Sony Alpha 6300 / Sony Alpha 6500 / Nikon D500 / Canon EOS 1D X / Nikon D810 / Nikon D4s / Nikon D800 / Nikon D800E / Nikon D4 / Nikon Df / Nikon D610 / Nikon D600 / Canon EOS 6D / Canon EOS 5DS R ( without low-pass filter) / Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II / Canon EOS 80D / Canon EOS 5DS / Sony Alpha 77 II / Canon EOS 70D / Nikon D7200 /
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