[Histonet] Gross Photography Photo Stand

Victor Tobias victor <@t> pathology.washington.edu
Tue Oct 12 13:25:18 CDT 2004


We are sort of in the same market. We were told of a interesting 
product, it is a light ring that fits around the lens. I personally have 
not seen it, but hear that it provides excellent pictures.


Vicki Gauch wrote:

>Does anyone know where I can purchase a good photo stand for taking
>pictures of specimens in the Grossing Lab? We have one from Lord knows
>how many years ago upstairs in our Grossing Room but now we need an
>additional one for our Frozen Section Grossing Room and are having a
>hard time finding anything to fit our needs.  We have a digital camera
>and we would like to have a stand that iincorporates lighting as well as
>a holder for the camera that we could move up and down depending on the
>size of the specimen to keep the camera steady.  The old one we have I
>think was something someone made at some point in time many moons
>ago..it has a plexiglas surface to put the specimen on with lights
>clamped on it and an adjustable arm for the camera above the plexiglas. 
>If anyone has any sources for this type of stand, please let me
>know...Thanks in advance for your help...
>Vicki Gauch
>Albany, NY
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Victor Tobias
Clinical Applications Analyst
University of Washington Medical Center
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Seattle, WA 98195
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