Identity fingerprint on plastic article

Fingerprint as a means of identification:

A fingerprint will not tell you When it was left on the article but will loyally confirm the Contact with the item the person has touched.

A multitasked customs agent or a border guard at the immigration checkpoint dealing with a significant seizure of illicit drugs at X-Ray inspection. If the latent fingerprints located on the plastic bags confirmed to be the suspect’s, the suspect will have a lot to explain to judges in the court.

But when it comes to photography, the ALS(Alternate Light Source), no matter hand-held or stand-alone, an additional technician is required to assist the photography task. How to maintain the photo quality while allowing the technician to finish the job on one’s own will be crucial.

X-Loupe AgileLite 4X4 PLUS Barrel

Design for Efficiency:

X-Loupe’s latest AgileLite 4X4 PLUS Barrel, will help busy customs agents complete the latent fingerprints photograph task in a click: simply place the superglue-fumed, then dye-stained evidence baggie under the 4X4 PLUS Barrel mounted to a DSLR. Light intensity dimmer from zero to 100% gives you the greatest amount of light at your disposal. What you see in sight will be captured in photo.

**Plastic baggie sample: after Cyanoacrylate fuming, treated with Basic Red 28.
**Photo taken by X-Loupe AgileLite 4x4 Plus Barrel, wavelength at 470nm with yellow and orange filters via Nikon D5300.

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