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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.
A class leading, phase contrast fluorescence inverted microscope offering upscale research functions in the routine realm. The Motic AE31 is a phase contrast fluorescence inverted microscope for the routine realm,...
The Motic BA410 Elite is a high quality laboratory grade microscope. This microscope is outfitted for fluorescence microscopy. We can customize this to your specifications. Motic Fluorescence Microscope Specifications Head:...