[Histonet] Microscope camera with good LIVE image (for teaching)?

Arguello, Daniel arguellod <@t> ihn.org
Fri Sep 13 10:07:20 CDT 2013

I'd also get an Apple TV to project the image to any flat screen TV or monitor.

This set-up will save you hundreds (if not thousands) compared to a microscope attachment setting. 

iPhone camera resolution is great. Let me know if you want me to e-mail you some sample images.

Hope this helps.


Daniel Argüello, BS, CT(ASCP)CM

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Subject: [Histonet] Microscope camera with good LIVE image (for teaching)?


I'm looking for a digital camera for our histology teaching lab (for showing and explaining the slides on the screen).
Essentially, a fast live image with good colours and reasonable resolution are needed. Plus a simple, easy to use software of course.
And preferably not TERRIBLY expensive.

It seems it's still a bit difficult to find such a solution. Any ideas?

With best regards,
Mikael Niku
University of Helsinki, Finland

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