Dec 04 , 2020At present, most of the digital cameras used for microscopy are digital cameras (such as NIKON DSLR, G7, A650, etc.), i.e. cameras with non-removable lenses. This requires the addition of an intermediate lens between the microscope and the camera lens, so that the microscope image is formed in the focal plane of the camera--we call it a relay lens. So when we talk about taking photos with digital microscope, we have to consider some issues about camera.