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PostPosted: Mar 18, 2013 04:41    Post subject: MacroRail vertical version and Macrophotography Sofware Control app...  

I am pleased to present the MacroRail vertical version, one lane of high performance professional approach with a base resolution of 1.6 microns.

Although the design that I present in the photos has no embedded electronics box in the column itself, the final version if it will, leaving a much more stylish device.

Due to their mechanical, can withstand heavy weights so there is no impediment to not only put a camera, also the head of a trinocular microscope or magnifying glass. In some pictures we see an accessory specifically made ​​for it as an example where we have a head of a Nikon binocular loupe.

There is another attachment which corresponds to four column legs separating the base and placing these therein, becomes a MacroRail horizontal.

Another accessory is a base with a ball joint, another 3D table, etc.

When it comes to a resolution of 1.6 microns basis means. If you need more resolution, eg 1 micron or less can change the pulley ratio to achieve those values​​.

The attachment to place a trinocular head is made according to the measurements required each. This piece is only an example.

We also hold accessories for insects, plants, coins, stamps, minerals, gems, laboratory samples, etc..

You can see photos at: https://macrorail.com/GaleriaEng.php and select: "MacroRail Horizontal / Horizontal MacroRail" Gallery.

You can select the YoutTube icon from the Home Page (MacroRail dot com) and see a video demonstration of the whole:

"Demostration use of MacroRail Professional Vertical version and Macrophotography Software Control version 1. 0. 3. 2. You can see how is the MacroRail and how to stack Cornwallite sample photos. Move the MacroRail with microns precision, take photos in this case with Canon EOS 600D camera, Stack photos with call to Helicon and Zerene programs, add more photos to stack and edit, etc."

(Sorry, i made this video in my home)

or see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxjOGa7XLUw

Any questions beg you please do you do it by private message.

Hope you like the MacroRail.

Regards, Oscar.

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PostPosted: Mar 18, 2013 05:05    Post subject: Re: MacroRail vertical version and Macrophotography Sofware Control app...  

About the video, it's only a simple test with only eight photos to make an small video. In this case normally i use 64 photos or more.

This is the first stack with 8 photos and Helicon Focus program Method B, R:4 S: 8

Small size:

You can download the high resolution here: https://MacroRail.com/imagenes/Stack000943.jpg


And this is the second stack (stack again) with 9 photos (Add one) and Zerene Stacker program PMax Method

Small size:

You can download the high resolution here: https://MacroRail.com/imagenes/Stack000943_1.jpg


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PostPosted: Jun 04, 2013 19:18    Post subject: Re: MacroRail vertical version and Macrophotography Sofware Control app...  

Hi to all,

If any people like to see my micro minerals collection images, can see here:

https://www.photomacrography.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=20459
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Sorry, i don't repeat here all, It's hard work.

I hope you like.
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PostPosted: Jun 05, 2013 02:33    Post subject: Re: MacroRail vertical version and Macrophotography Sofware Control app...  

Nice, many thanks,
Roger.
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PostPosted: Jun 05, 2013 02:40    Post subject: Re: MacroRail vertical version and Macrophotography Sofware Control app...  

I especially love the light in the first vanadinite and both wulfenites. They are all a dream made real!

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