My name is Kate, and I'm a microbiologist from Boston.
I have a question regarding the possibility of capturing extended video footage of microorganisms under a microscope using a Canon camera. Currently, I own a Canon EOS R camera and various microscopes from Carl Zeiss. From what I understand, I can attach the camera to the microscope using an adapter. Will the quality be good? What adapter is best to use? Which software should I choose for this purpose? I currently have EOS Utility for remote shooting.
Another question is, can I charge the camera directly via a cable without removing the battery, and how can I do that? Has anyone encountered similar challenges? There are different cameras designed specifically for microscopes, but I'm not satisfied with the image quality. I would greatly appreciate any advice!
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