IE60M v4 Instructions

Parts:  IEv4 & Camera

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Camera Settings / Réglages

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IEv4 Instructions

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IEv4 Battery / Pile

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Make sure the cameras has a charged battery + SD memory card.

Ensure the 60mm macro lens is securely connected to the camera body.
The IrisExplorer lighting ring mounted on the front. 



 

FR :  Vérifiez bien que la batterie de l'appareil photo est chargée + SD carte mémoire insérée. Assurez-vous que l'objectif macro 60mm est correctement connecté à l'appareil photo, avec la bague d'éclairage IrisExplorer v2 montée sur le devant (voir photo).

 

 

Settings in brief:

Very bright Blue/Grey iris:                 1/80  &   f5.6       &      ISO 800
Bright Blue/Grey iris:                         1/60  &   f5.6       &      ISO 800
Medium Blue/Mixed/Light brown:  1/60  &   f5.0       &      ISO 800
Mixed/Light brown iris :                     1/50  &   f5.0       &      ISO 800
Dark brown iris :                                1/40  & f2.8 to f5.0  &  ISO 1600

 

Suggestions : If not sure which settings to use, always start with "Medium Blue/Mixed" settings. Leave these as the default settings on the camera. Take a first photo and check on the camera screen if too dark or too bright. This will give an idea and then adjust the Speed (1/60) and/or Aperture (f5.0) according to what is needed. With practice you will soon instinctively know that just changing to eg. 1/80 is enough...

The Manuel setting is the only way to get the best photos of the iris, but it is more complicated in the beginning. To begin:  only modify the speed (1/80 bright iris to 1/40 dark iris)... this will be ok for the majority of irises... if 1/40 is still too dark, then change to f5 or f4 etc...

A different, but related topic:  http://www.irislab.com/pages/edit-iris-photos

 


 

Tech Support:

Battery Change

How to glue the IrisExplorer & adaptor ring  //  Comment coller l'IrisExplorer et l'adaptateur

Reset LED position