Electronic Microscopes

Look at all those pretty trichomes. What did I use to take this picture? One of these lil guys:

USB Microscope WADEO 50X To 1000X Digital Microscope Camera, 8 LED USB 2.0 Magnification Endoscope Digital Endoscope Magnifier Electronic Microscope Mini Microscopes with Metal Stand Compatible with Android 4.2, windows vista 7/8/10, Mac OS X 10.8 or Higher

I will say that photographing with this gadget is a bit tricky til you get a knack for it. That’s not too surprising considering it’s not even $30. You can click on the photo or link above and it will take you to the Amazon page for a full description. It’s a fun little tool to use to check your plants progress and once you get the hang of focusing it’s fun to work with. Find a technique that reduces wiggling for a clear photo then add a little editting and viola:

There are lots of different microscopes available. Search around til you find one that suits your needs and budget and start snapping those photos. Message me if you find one that you like and send some pics my way. I’d love to see what other ones can do.

Light Bulbs

*Coming soon. I have a lot to say on the subject and I need to locate all the different brands I’m dabbling with.

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Photo Printer

Do you have some great shots of your plants that you want a proper copy of? Or really just any of your photos? I’m in love with this. I have one in my living room and sometimes I wonder how I lived without it. We don’t often go out and actually get our photos printed these days, they sit on our phones or in the cloud but sometimes you just want the real deal. This gadget is great if you’re a photo nut.

Canon SELPHY CP1300 Photo Printer, White

If you happen to have come across my “business card” ads anywhere this is what that pretty picture was printed on. It connects to your devices via bluetooth or wifi, its little, easily stored and produces lovely colour images. As per usual, click on the image or name and it’ll take you to Amazon so you can take a look at the specs.

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