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    Can you get any images of the waxy plates in the upper waxy zone? Mine doesn't pick up anything but then my digital only goes 20-100%.

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    This is what I get from the waxy zone.

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    Very nice! Thanks so much!!! How high of magnification did you have to go to get the plates?

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    The scope I have does 10x, 60x and 200x. I had to go to 200x.

    I will say this is a toy. Its very hard to focus, but does ok for what it is. I spent the night looking for a microscope adapter for my nikon. If I can find it, I have an old scope from my high school laying around somewhere in my parents garage.
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    Awsome, guys! That's not an everyday sight. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] Thanks for sharing the pics. I wish I had a set up like that...the microworld is indeed fascinating!
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