Bottom image illustrates how to make a photograph of a specimen using polaroid film, or normal photographic paper. First, plug in the alligator clip into the Red or Black output jack. Connect jumper from the remaining output jack to the film plate jack. Insert a new film cartridge into a polaroid one step camera. The cover sheet will eject, leaving the first film sheet ready on top. In total darkness, remove the film cartridge from the polaroid and the entire polaroid film cartridge on the film plate. You may simply use regular photo paper if you desire, laying it face up on the film plate. Place specimen directly on the film. Make ground plate (as outlined in the above paragraph) and place on top of specimen. Route the cat's whisker so that it is touching the ground plate. Place the Acrylic plate on top of the specimen to help hold it flat against the film. Press the pulse button to photograph the image. You should be able to see the bluish discharge through the clear acrylic plate. If not, the specimen may be too large or you are putting too much pressure on it against the film surface. Place film cartridge back into polaroid camera to develop film. Leave film cartridge in polaroid until you take another image.