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    Default how to take photographs of micro-bubbles in water

    Hi, I'm interested to take photographs of air bubbles in water for research purposes. The size of bubbles range from tens to hundreds of micro meters. Movement of the bubbles in water are quite fast.

    Anyone knows what camera/lens/microscope/other equipment and imaging software will enable me to take the desired photographs?

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    Default Re: how to take photographs of micro-bubbles in water

    Staging can be a problem. Must it be side capture or can capture from the top?

    If not, you can get a Microscope coupled with a Adapter and followed by your camera.
    I know NIKON has such a setup.
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