Proceedings PaperConfocal And Conventional Modes In Tandem Scanning Reflected Light Microscopy
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The addition of alternative, conventional non-confocal transmitted illumination to the tandem scanning reflected light microscope enables it to be used with all familiar and conventional modes of the microscope to discover a location of interest in a prepared sample, using the confocal modes when desired, or vice versa. Depth of field for the non-confocal transmitted light image can be controlled by the aperture of illumination. Conventional and confocal (coloured) images can be mixed in any proportion in the same frame.