Other links

These are other websites that are neither imaging facilities, nor mentioned elsewhere on my site that I have found useful. It’s a work in progress …

    1. http://microscopist.net
    2. Microscopy Primer is a major site. It will tell you all (or nearly all) that you’ve ever wanted to know about microscopy but were afraid to ask. The style of its illustrations and java tutorials are very recognisable. Be aware that you may have to drill down to find the wood amongst the trees in this vast site. From this site you will find two useful downloadable PDFs
    3. There is also a Basics of LM Imaging PDF from Imaging & Microscopy sponsored by Olympus
    4. Digital Imaging basics (Jonathan Sachs)
    5. Another basic digital imaging primer
    6. Digital Imaging primer  from Microscopy Primer
    7. Resolution and image size
    8. Micro-Manager (μ-manager) instrument control freeware   See the paper here.
    9. Fast Stone Image viewer
    10. Merging microscopical images using Adobe photoshop (Keith Morris) and here (John Russ)
    11. Cambridge digital photography tutorial
    12. Norman Koren´s webpage – has just about everything on it
    13. Restoring Vision (Roska & Sahel, 2018) – an inspirational paper
    14. Best Scientific Couplers and this one from Mic-UK (David Walker) and the Quekett Club article
    15. Digital camera couplers, parfocalisation – OEM optical PDF
    16. Scientific or Consumer grade cameras – OEM optical PDF see also this guide (John Russ) here (Jörg Piper) and here (Kuyatt & Merlo)
    17. Photomicrography using digital cameras  – an excellent article by Peter Evennett
    18. Steve’s digicams
    19. Quekkett Microscopical Club digital photomicrography primer
    20. Stacking & stitching – The Quekett Club
    21. Mounting media
    22. IHC World – immunology & histopathology
    23. Professional contacts/microscopy jobs page
    24. Freeware versus Open-scource and Gizmo’s Freeware listThere are two tables of facility management & microscopy-related freeware and open-source software in Chapter 27 of Understanding Light Microscopy.