First Shots with a USB Microscope

Hydra © Frank H. Jump

Hydra © Frank H. Jump

Drosophila © Frank H. Jump

Drosophila © Frank H. Jump

Hair Root © Frank H. Jump

Hair Root © Frank H. Jump

Cotton Fabric © Frank H. Jump

Cotton Fabric © Frank H. Jump

Upholstery © Frank H. Jump

Upholstery © Frank H. Jump

Water Droplets © Frank H. Jump

Water Droplets © Frank H. Jump

Dried Bean © Frank H. Jump

Dried Bean © Frank H. Jump

Dried Bean © Frank H. Jump

Dried Bean © Frank H. Jump

Onion Skin © Frank H. Jump

Onion Skin © Frank H. Jump

Onion Skin © Frank H. Jump

Onion Skin © Frank H. Jump

Turkey Feather © Frank H. Jump

Turkey Feather © Frank H. Jump

Turkey Feather © Frank H. Jump

Turkey Feather © Frank H. Jump

Turkey Feather © Frank H. Jump

Turkey Feather © Frank H. Jump

Broken Skin © Frank H. Jump

Broken Skin © Frank H. Jump

Eye Capillaries © Frank H. Jump

Eye Capillaries © Frank H. Jump

Eyelashes © Frank H. Jump

Eyelashes © Frank H. Jump

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3 responses to “First Shots with a USB Microscope

  1. way cool
    love the water droplets

  2. It’s the cool one. We can see and check anything using USB microscope . Thanks for this picture.

  3. W O W !
    Where can I get such a gadget? I would go taking the most awesome macro shots…
    Now if only you can make the pictures encrypted. There are now some new secure USB flash drives out there – now, if only they be used as microscopes…

    These photos blew my mind.