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 What is the depth of field on a microscope?

Answer Depth of field is the depth of the specimen clearly in focus and is greater at lower magnifications.
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What is depth of field?

Depth of field is the book by William Heyen
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What does depth of field mean?

Depth of field (DOF) often refers to an element of photography. Depth of field is the measured distance between the closest and furthest object in the viewing area that are acceptably focused. The ... Read More »
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How to Shoot for Depth of Field?

DOF exampleIn order to accurately shoot for depth of field (DOF), no matter which end of the depth of field 'scale' you want to shoot, requires some knowledge of it. It is the in focus' part of the... Read More »
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Depth of Field for my canon xsi?

Depth of Field (DOF) is a product of three factors:1) The focal length of the lens.2) The f-stop chosen.3) The subject distance.At http://www.dofmaster.com/dofjs.html you'll find a good explanation... Read More »
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