Expert Spotlight: Isabelle Druc, PhD | Using Dino-Lite for petrographic analysis of ceramics

Guest Post from: Isabelle Druc, PhDUW-Madison and Field Museum Dr. Isabelle Druc wrote the book “Portable Digital Microscope: Atlas of Ceramic Pastes – Components, Texture and Technology” and works in ceramic analysis with a specialization in petrography and paste analysis, ethnoarchaeology, ceramic ethnography, and archaeology with a focus in Andean archaeology. Dr. Druc’s new book…

Improving your process efficiency by integrating with Dino-Lite

Dino-Lite Enables You to Do More Dino-Lite has been a trusted imaging solution for professional inspection for over a decade by improving and innovating inspection processes for companies and users worldwide. Several institutions have gone beyond Dino-Lite’s official accessories and software and integrated Dino-Lite digital microscopes into their own systems.  Dino-Lite offers a software development…

Techniques for Macro to Micro Digital Photography

Looking at a specimen can sometimes require multiple magnification levels, and sometimes even multiple cameras. Whether you are looking at your sample for inspection, cataloging, or for fun, consider looking at your sample in different ways! Experiment with different angles and lighting. With a digital microscope, you can also experiment with different magnification levels.

Feature Highlight: EDOF

EDOF: Extended Depth Of Field Microscopes and cameras are used for almost any kind of application, and almost every application can encounter depth-of-field issues. Some USB digital Dino-Lite microscope models with Extended Depth of Field – shortened to EDOF – help users look at the “big picture” at higher magnification levels with minimal blurriness.