The ESEM at FORCE Technology is not just a microscope. It is also capable of micro machining the parts in range of its ion-beam.
In this case the nerds (My colleagues) have carved the company logo on a human hair. And a fine hair it is.
No it is NOT photoshop artistery!
This should be enough of these images for a while.
A little more on close up.
This is the head of a little spider as seen with a scanning electronbeam microscope.
The image was made by my colleagues at FORCE Technology. My inspiration for posting this one was Gerrys post “woodsy-dilemmas“.
The moon was “Close-up” the other day.
Someway it inspired me to come up with this contribution to Scotts 12th assignment.
Nop! Not close enough.
What about this:
Much better, but still….
Yes. Now we’re close. I know we are, but it is hard to see without scale. Let me try this instead:
If you click on the image you’ll get a slightly larger version.
Some tech data: ISO-100 f/32 100mm 30sec
Lets look for more details:
ISO-200, f/16, 6 secÂ
This is what I can resolve with My Canon 7D and 100mm MACRO 2.8L IS USM
There is also a little assignment to you my dear visitor. The task is to find out what ties these images together.
Læs mere Close-up
Scott has called with a new assignment. Read all about it here.
Please feel free to join in. This post is not my contribution, but a macro experiment.
The photo was taken from the screen of my iPhone.
Try yourself and guess what’s on the image. To see the answer, just click on the image.