RE: [Histonet] Digital Photography in Pathology
For general photography, we use an Olympus C-3000 zoom. It's a great camera
and fairly "idiot proof". Pictures are stored on a hard drive and
searchable by database (of my design). Computer is backed up each night
onto tape so if the computer crashes we have backup.
Let me know if you are interested in looking at the database for pictures.
It works well and is also fairly "idiot proof".
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Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 11:11 AM
To: Starkus, Laurie
Subject: Re: [Histonet] Digital Photography in Pathology
Sorry! I should have specified, I looking at general photography.
"Starkus, Laurie" wrote:
> Do you want microscopic photography or general photography?
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> Subject: [Histonet] Digital Photography in Pathology
> Hi everyone!
> We are a mid size pathology lab looking to purchase digital
> photographic equipment for general use in specimen and autopsy pictures.
> Please reply on the best systems available from personal experience.
> Also, how do you process, store and print your pictures.
> Thank you!
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