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Seiler Evolution xR6

From: craig barrington To: ROOTS Sent: Saturday, April 24, 2010 5:01 AM Subject: [roots] Seiler Evolution xR6 -case photos... ...not too good............but sent as a fwiw...... I like the C-mount though because you can rotate the image for the camera with a simple turn of that "rotation device" HAGWE, - Craig. .all the photos were taken with the nikon 4500 at the same custom white balance. the thing i changed was the magnification or the zoom and look what i got...... can anyone explain what to do to get things consistent? - Craig Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2010 8:48 AM Subject: [roots] Sieler Evolution xR6 - Nikon 4500 - aperture priority for everyday use, what more could you want? the aperture priority setting seemed to cure most of the issues with the white balance vs the zoom/magnification issue........ a little less shaky/less caffiene and life would be looking pretty good.....IMHO

pictures straight off the camera.......Carlos what more could YOU want? ie: what adjustment would you make from here? - craig Sent: Friday, April 30, 2010 12:06 AM Subject: [roots] Seiler xR6 - lower premolar Blood pictures......thought these came out pretty decent....... Craig

Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2010 2:59 AM Subject: [roots] Seiler xR6 - white balancing the Nikon 4500 .......well, I have been working on this quite a bit with this Evolution xR6 and I finally referred to the owner’s manual on white balancing the Nikon 4500..... You point the scope at the field you are working in and the camera will seek out the whitest thing in that working field and then set everything else relative to that ‘white’ object... Enclosed are pictures taken via the new white balance protocol I have fallen upon with this camera.....= Craig .......yes i put the Nikon 950 back on the xR6.... :-) digitally enhanced photos enclosed.......

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