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 Why is an image reversed in a microscope?

Answer Microscopes have been used for hundreds of years to allow us to see clearer images of objects. However, the images they present are inverted, or reversed.Light and VisionAll vision is based on ligh... Read More »
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Why is the image from a microscope upside down?

Microscopes have been used for hundreds of years to allow us to see clearer images of objects. However, the images we see are inverted, or upside down.LightAll vision is based on light bouncing off... Read More »
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Does an electron microscope invert the image?

An electron microscope (EM) does not invert images. According to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln website, an EM uses electron beams to view an image similar to how an optical microscope function... Read More »
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Can you remove an image you don't like from a camera without tranferring the image to a PC?

Most digital cameras have a facility to delete unwanted pictures - either the whole lot or a single frame. I have a Fujifim S2750 digi-cam - and it has the facility within the menus to delete unwan... Read More »
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