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Both beginning and advanced biology students often have difficulty identifying or analyzing the images they see under the microscope. Since most students nowadays have smartphones with advanced camera systems, taking photos of their microscopic images can help them develop a better understanding of what they are viewing. Since it's awkward and difficult holding and focusing a smartphone camera to take photos of microscopic images, having a smartphone mount for a microscope will provide a great advantage. Students will be able to magnify their pictures even more using the zoom on their photos, as well as share with others what they saw. Being able to take and share pictures will build excitement and engagement with the subject matter, and will ultimately allow students to be more successful in the class.

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Both beginning and advanced biology students often have difficulty identifying or analyzing the images they see under the microscope. Since most students nowadays have smartphones with advanced camera systems, taking photos of their microscopic images can help them develop a better understanding of what they are viewing. Since it's awkward and difficult holding and focusing a smartphone camera to take photos of microscopic images, having a smartphone mount for a microscope will provide a great advantage. Students will be able to magnify their pictures even more using the zoom on their photos, as well as share with others what they saw. Being able to take and share pictures will build excitement and engagement with the subject matter, and will ultimately allow students to be more successful in the class.

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