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Digital Cameras on the Microscope

! T. Alawsi and Z. Al-Bawi (2019): A review of smartphone point-of-care adapter design. Open access, Engineering Reports.

O. Aurich (?), "Mikroskopie und mikroskopische Bildverarbeitung": Adaption von digitalen Kameras an Mikroskope. How to adapt a digital camera (in German).

! V. Blahnik and O. Schindelbeck (2021): Smartphone imaging technology and its applications. Open access, Advanced Optical Technologies.

! B. Hunt et al. (2021): Smartphone-based imaging systems for medical applications: a critical review. Open access, Journal of Biomedical Optics.

Indigo Scientific: Digital cameras for microscopes.

Richard J. Kinch: Making Digital Camera Microscope Adapters.

Leica Mircrosystems: Microscope Cameras.

! Connecting a camera to a microscope. Digital Microscope Camera Adapter. An inexpensive way to enhance your scope!

Microscope World:
Digital Microscope Cameras.

MICRO TECH LAB: Which digital camera functions best on a microscope?
Provided by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

Mineralogical Research Co.: Digital Microscope Cameras.
This expired link is available through the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

A.O. Morrison et al. (2015): Microscopic Image Photography Techniques of the Past, Present, and Future. Free access, Arch. Pathol. Lab. Med., 139: 15581564.

A.P. de Novaes et al. (2007): Equipment for coupling a digital camera to a optical microscopy. In PDF.

Digital Cameras.

! S. Roy et al.(2014): Smartphone adapters for digital photomicrography. Open access, Journal of Pathology Informatics.

! D. Shin et al. (2010): A Fiber-Optic Fluorescence Microscope Using a Consumer-Grade Digital Camera for In Vivo Cellular Imaging. Free access, PLoS ONE, 5: e11218. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0011218.

Alan Wood, website: Attaching a digital SLR camera to an Olympus BH-2 microscope.

ZARF Enterprises: Digital Photomicrography Adapters, Microscopes, and Microscopy Accessories.

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