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Photomicrography with a Brownie Camera

Nature volume 68, pages 234235 (09 July 1903) | Download Citation



THIS article does not put forth anything new in principle, but is the explanation of a simple method by which any student can, with little trouble and little expense, produce his own photographs of microscope objects, the idea being to direct attention to the inexpensiveness of the necessary apparatus.

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