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06-15-2014, 02:17 AM   #16
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G'day Eaglem! Yeah that's me. I didn't know you were a Pentax fan?
Em's not a Pentax fan he is a Pentax master.

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Em's not a Pentax fan he is a Pentax master.
He certainly likes to post a lot by the looks.
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G'day Eaglem! Yeah that's me. I didn't know you were a Pentax fan?
Yes, started with the K200D then the K20D, then 2 K-5's and now a K-5II.s and K-3.

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Cool. Sounds like you're having a ball with them.
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Thanks Kerrowdown and Dieterson.

I got an Omax trinocular biological microscope, just a cheap Chinese model but I have an interest in bacteria and other cells. Not that I know much about them, but it's fascinating to watch them at "play". I have some videos on youtube. They are a mix of cats, microscope and Ham radio stuff.

https://www.youtube.com/user/Learjet66/videos
I like your videos, especially the ones with pond water under the microscope. I suppose that's because I was working in that field a while ago. But even then I felt it was always a pleasure to watch some water sample under the microscope. There are so many different sizes, shapes and colours; quite different from "pure" bacteria samples.

Do you have some special adapter to on the microscope for your camera?
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Yes, I bought a relay lens to fit Pentax K mount and another relay lens for my C mount video cameras. The trinocular design is also optimised for photography.
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