Technology's Answer To An Empirical Need - A Digital Microscope Camera
Cameras are often used to take pictures of real time scenes and save them either for posterity or for future study. We're used to taking pictures of our environment as well as the diverse cast of entities that inhabit therein. But what if you want to take a picture of things that are not macroscopic? What if you want to take pictures of specimens in a microscopic level? Surely, you can always get a microscope to have a "closer" view of a specimen's surface, but what if you want to save the same for further analysis?
Technology does come to the rescue when we need it the most. Whereas before, scientists, artisans and students were left with no recourse but to preserve the specimens in slides for later viewing, nowadays, they can always take a picture - YES! Take a picture! - of the same via a digital microscope camera.
A digital microscope camera is exactly what its name implies... a digital camera for your microscope. The set consists of specially designed lenses which you can place in the eyepiece of a microscope. These lenses are connected to an image capturing device which will communicate with your computer via USB cable. Once an image is captured, it can be stored with the device's built-in memory. Thereafter, it can be transferred to the computer's hard drive.
Since the images will be digital, there are many things you can do with the same, and each liberty further extends the application of the photos and the application of the microscope in general.
* You can magnify the images. Since a digital camera microscope can take resolutions of up to 2.0 megapixels, you can rest assured that the clarity of the image will be preserved even at maximum zoom. Digital images deal with pixels, and every pixel will be magnified to achieve a clearer whole.
* You can share the images as you would any other computer-stored photos.
* You can easily edit the images or add them in a dissertation you're writing via some features of a word processing program.
* You can easily make annotations on the images themselves.
* Best of all, you will be able to capture those important moments, without having to preserve the specimen and repeat the process. Whatever you will be able to capture with your digital microscope camera will be saved forever, for your own study, or for the perusal of future academic expeditions on the matter.
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