Pinus sylvestris autofluorescence stack'n stich

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JohnyM
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Pinus sylvestris autofluorescence stack'n stich

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31 fields with 6x on sensor.
Flashgun used to minimize photobleach.

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Post by micro_pix »

Stunning image! Well done.

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This is a very nice image. Thank you.

How did you prepare the sample?

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Super! Did you use a "cube"?
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Post by Sumguy01 »

:smt038 Very nice.
Thanks for sharing.

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Post by WalterD »

Nice! Image 1 is my favourite, beautiful example of autofluorescence.

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Post by JohnyM »

Thank you for kind comments.

Answers in order:
-Sample wasnt prepared, it's just cutted on microtome.
-Sure, cube was V-1A, my personal fav. 90% time image looks better than with UV.
-All of them are same image. 2nd and 3rd are just crops from 1st

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Beautiful photos

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Very nice photographs.

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A beauty!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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