Best dissecting microscopes for botanical subjects?

Tim Eck
Sat, 08 Feb 2014 12:06:35 PST
It may be worth mentioning if anyone here is a software guru or twelve year
old, there are some really cool things you can do with photomicrographs
nowadays to remove all blurring from limited depth of field.  It involves
taking several images where the only thing you change is the focal distance
and then create a composite saving only the in-focus parts of each image.
This is surprisingly simple for digital images since a sharp sub-image or
neighborhood is defined by high local variation in brightness as measured by
standard deviation or range.

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