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Monocular - One viewing eyepiece. These are more common for Middle / High School level users.

Binocular - Two viewing eyepieces. These are common for College level and up.

Triniocular - A trinocular microscope has a 3rd port which allows for the addition of a camera. Not all microscopes require a trinocular head in order to mount a camera.

Multi-Viewing - These microscopes are typically for Clinical applications and allow for several people to view through the microscope at one time.

Dual-Viewing - Allows for two users to view through the microscope at one time. You can have a simple monocular microscope be dual-viewing or a high end Clinical microscope.

Tilting - A tilting head is commonly found on a Clinical grade microscope and allows the user to adjust the viewing angle. This makes the microscope ergonomic and comfortable for long periods of use.
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Optika B-383DK Trinocular Darkfield Microscope For Live Blood
  • Trinocular Head
  • 100x Oil Iris Objective
  • Darkfield Oil Condenser
  • Illumination Directly Into Condenser
  • 10 Year Mechanical & 2 Year Electrical Warranty
$2,174.00
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Labomed Lx400 Live Blood Anlaysis - Darkfield

The Labomed Lx400 microscope configured for live blood analysis. This system uses a darkfield oil condenser and 100x Plan-Achromat objective with iris.   Specifications Head: Siedentopf Binocular OR Trinocular 30° inclined,...

$1,560.00 $1,410.00
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40X-1000X Infinity-corrected Darkfield Live Blood Microscope and 1.2MP Low-noise Camera

This is an infinity-corrected biological compound microscope with LED-based Koehler brightfield and darkfield illumination, and a low-noise USB camera for low-light imaging. The infinity-corrected optical system allows for introduction of...

$3,303.99 $1,651.99
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Accu-Scope 3000 Live Blood Analysis - Darkfield Slider
  • Binocular or Trinocular
  • Plan Achromat 4x, 10x, 40x, 100x Oil Objectives
  • Darkfield Slider - Dry
  • LED Illumination
  • 5 Year Mechanical & Electrical Warranty
$1,434.00 $1,190.00
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Accu-Scope EXC-120 Live Blood Analysis - Darkfield
  • Binocular or Trinocular
  • 100x Oil w/ Iris
  • Darkfield Oil Condenser
  • LED Illumination
  • 5 Year Mechanical & Electrical Warranty
$1,051.00 $890.00
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AmScope 40X-2000X 3W LED Trinocular Darkfield and Brightfield Compound Microscope

This darkfield and brightfield trinocular compound microscope is designed for clinical examination and teaching demonstration in medical field, veterinary offices, laboratories and colleges. It comes with Siedentopf trinocular head, darkfield...

$727.99 $363.99
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40X-2000X Trinocular Compound Darkfield Microscope with 100X Iris Objective and 1.2MP Low-noise Camera

This professional trinocular compound microscope provides both darkfield and brightfield features. T490's adjustable trinocular port creates a parfocal optical system by allowing the image-system attached to the photo-port, and the...

$1,939.99 $969.99
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Meiji MT5000 Live Blood Analysis - Phase & Darkfield

We outfitted the Meiji MT5000 microscope for live blood analysis. This configuration comes with 4x, 10x, 20x, 40x, & 100x Oil phase contrast objectives and uses a phase contrast condenser....

$4,397.00 $3,802.50

Microscope Central offers high-quality live blood analysis microscopes. When performing live blood analysis there are two optical methods to choose from, Phase Contrast or Darkfield.

Phase Contrast - Typically uses a phase turret condenser which is capable of brightfield, phase contrast, & darkfield.

Darkfield - Uses a dedicated darkfield condenser. This is a very sensitive and time consuming set up, however it provides the best results.

Still not sure which blood microscope or optical technique is good for you? Read more about live blood analysis.