Re: Digital photography for IF
Are you talking about color or b&w?
I used the Zeiss Axiocam in Texas, and was reasonably happy with it,
although they actually recomend a b&w digital camera for fluorescence (not
much use if using two fluorochromes - go figure!).
Howver, I was much more impressed with the Optronix camera; its resolution
with low level fluorescence was much greater. Not sure who the agents are
for it now, I beleive it was Meyer Instruments based in Houston, TX
Regional Histology Operations Manager
Bon Secours HealthPartners Laboratories
5801 Bremo Road
Richmond, VA 23226
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Subject: Digital photography for IF
Author: Richard Cartun at BSHSIBTW
Date: 8/28/02 11:02 AM
Is anyone using digital photography for immunofluorescence
tissue sections? If so, what type of system are using and how
is the equipment? Thanks!
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