All photos were using either a late-model Nikon Cool-Pix™ 950 or an inexpensive Olympus digital camera, either with or without the built-in strobe utilized.
Some photos of snail shells were taken with the same Nikon Cool-Pix™ through a Russian-built compound microscope (model МБС-10). I used to hand hold the camera up to one of the microscope's eyepieces. Now I use an adapter built by Zarf Enterprises.
More recent photos were taken with a Nikon D60 camera. A 18-55 mm zoom lens, set to 'macro' and manual focus (in combination with 3 close-up lenses) and Nikkor Micro 60 mm lens were used. Lighting was either by natural light or with the Nikon R1C1 system.
More photos are planned but currently it is –15° C outside and snowy — outside photography of snails and slugs is something to continue next spring.