Cheap USB microscopes and traditional microscopes can be nice for viewing or imaging amber inclusions but if you are looking for much better results then a confocal microscope with a wide range of fluorescence options built in can provide incredible results with images potentially far more revealing than using any other imaging technique. These cameras will either have a stacking or video function. Our page in macro photography of amber specimens discusses image stacking, in some confocal microscope setups a user can use the video function normally used to video movement and slowly adjust the focus, the video is saved as frames and you can choose your series of frames to be stacked as if you were stacking any series of images.
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