(Received 2 April 1990; accepted 17 September 1990)
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This paper discusses an inexpensive video microscopy system built around a high-resolution, solid-state color camera. The system includes a VHS-format videocassette recorder, a color monitor, and a home computer to provide titling and other data input. The entire system is mounted on a small table designed as a personal-computer workstation so that it can be moved to different locations within the laboratory.
Professor, The George Washington University, Washington, DC
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