Microscopic Imaging

From:=?UNKNOWN?Q?Agust=EDn?= Venzano

Date: 27 Mar 2002 08:46:01 -0600
From: Dimitri Scholz 
Subject: Re: Digital Camera

Leica has developed very good, easy but rather expensive digital
cameras with the special microscopical software.

We have got a positive experience with the ordinary Canon D30 (for
Europe) digital photocamera with about 2.7 Mio pixels for about 5000
DM (last year).

Good luck

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Dr. Dimitri Scholz
Dept. of Exp. Cardiology
D-61231 Bad Nauheim
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Date: 27 Mar 2002 08:51:36 -0600
From: =?UNKNOWN?Q?Agust=EDn?= Venzano 
Subject: E 600 Nikon microscope

Dimaano, Nena replied:

Please go to Nikon website and type the catalogue that you are looking for
and you will be able to download.


- -----Original Message-----
From: =?UNKNOWN?Q?Agust=EDn?= Venzano [mailto:avenzano@cicv.inta.gov.ar]
Sent: Monday, March 25, 2002 1:34 PM
To: HistoNet Server
Subject: Nikon microscope

Dear netters: There is a Nikon microscope model E 600 with an attached
FDX-35 microcamera in one lab of our Research Center. We accidentally lost
the user's catalogue, so now we're having some problems to take photographs.
Is there anyone out there who can send us an attachment with the catalogue?

Thank you in advance

Agustin Venzano
Lab of Veterinary Histopathology
INTA Castelar, Argentina

Dear Histonetters: I've already visited Nikon website, but I couldn't find
any information on the FDX-35 microcamera attached to the top of the E 600
Nikon microscope, nor could I get the user's catalogue. Does anyone out
there have such models of Nikon microscope and microcamera in his lab? If
you can help me, please submit the catalogues as an attachment.

Thank you

Agustin Venzano
Lab of Veterinary Histopathology
INTA Castelar, Argentina


Date: 27 Mar 2002 08:57:41 -0600
From: "Monson, Frederick C." 
Subject: FW: Digital Camera

> Easiest way is to get a Nikon Coolpix 995 Photomicrography Kit from your
> local Nikon microscope dealer.  Comes with everything you need to attach
> it directly to the microscope.   You might want to ask about a small
> monitor to go with it.  Can't beat the monitor for teaching and
> collaborating.   The Coolpix 995 will do dual duty on and off the
> microscope.  Last price I got was in the vicinity of $1,500.00.  NOTE:
> The Coolpix 995 is no longer in production, and the price on the street
> has really dropped.  Purchasing it(3.4 MegaPixels) or the Coolpix 5000
> (5.0 MegaPixels) separately and then getting the appropriate couplers can
> be more trouble, but the total price can be much lower.
> Coolpix 995 site for photomicrography (note the product number (82055):
> http://www.nikonusa.com/usa_product/product.jsp?cat=5&grp=26&productNr=820
> 55
> Coolpix 5000 site for photomicrography (note the product number
> (82060):http://www.nikonusa.com/usa_product/product.jsp?cat=5&grp=26&produ
> ctNr=82060
> These sites explain the accessory configuration for both cameras and will
> permit you to investigate both kit and separate purchase options.
> regards,
> Fred Monson
> Frederick C. Monson, PhD
> Center for Advanced Scientific Imaging
> West Chester University
> West Chester, Pennsylvania, USA, 19383
> 610-738-0437
> fmonson@wcupa.edu


Dear Dr. Frederick Monson: Nice to meet you! I'm a Vet Histopathologist
currently looking for sponsors for the development of a new website on
Animal Diagnostic Histopathology.
During over 10 years I've been assembling a collection of microscopic
sections from natural cases of disease in Argentine cattle, rabbits and
poultry, which it is my idea to show through the Internet. By the way,
should you know some eventual patrons for this enterprise, please let me
know. I'm interested to keep in touch with you, as I'll be shortly working
on microimaging!

Sincerely yours

Agustin Jose Venzano Halliburton
Pathology Group
INTA Castelar, Argentina

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