ston-loc said:^^^That's the one I have too. Was like $3 off ebay. Only bad thing is it came from overseas so it took a while to actually receive it.
Dan K. Liberty said:Although I have never taken pics of my plants, I've used a 14x jewelers loop for years, plenty strong enough to judge the maturity of trichomes
The 30x that BWD has is really nice . . . and so are his pics !! I would put that stuff in my pouch anyday man, looking great !!
My favorite hydro store has a $12.00 hand-held 100x lighted microscope with case I'm thinking about getting - this thing must be strong enough to conduct an accurate cannabinoid analysis lol
no doubt, you have the passion :48:
Thank ya HushPuppy my friend for the kind words. I like to think me hands are still steady as they need be for aimin and pullin trigger time to time to with gun rather then camera. But yual right I was quite amazed how they turn out once yual put them into paint for edit they show a world of glisening wonder and beauty fur sure! Loupe and camera set to macro steady eye and hand be all yu need and quite cheap too! Thanks gain for settin fireside.Hushpuppy said:I like the jewelers' loupes over the microscopes as it is easier to me to be able to get up to a plant and take a good look at different buds without having to clip leaves.
Hey BWD, brother you don't give yerself enough credit for those pics. Those are really cool, especially seeing that you did that pretty much free handed.
Does it have to be connected to a PC USB port to take pictures or look at magnified trichomes?PuffinNugs said:hxtp://www.420science.com/800x-USB-Microscope
the best IMO, i got the older 200x model though for $50, what i took the trich and bud closeups with in my journal