Student Compound Microscopes
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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.
The Zeiss Primo Star Microscope from Zeiss is a four-objective binocular instrument featuring a modular sub-stage illumination drawer. This microscope's Seidentopf viewing head enables quick interpupillary distance adjustment using an intuitive push-pull motion. Quick...
The Zeiss Primo Star HD microscope has an integrated HD camera which allows for output via HDMI cable to an HD monitor, WiFi to iPad, or Windows computer. With this...