- Eyepiece Magnification
Eyepiece MagnificationSelect your required eyepiece by
- Barlow Lens Power
Barlow Lens PowerA Barlow lens is a diverging lens which attaches to the objective lens on a stereo microscope. They are commonly used to alter a microscope's focal length, magnification power and field of view. For example, a 0.5X Barlow lens will reduce the magnification by half and double the working distance and field of view. Similarly, a 2.0X Barlow will double the magnification and reduce field of view by half.
BrandShop by filtering the results with a selected microscope brand(s). See our brand descriptions for further information on each brand.
- Omano (1)
- Head Type
Monocular microscopes have a single eyepiece. Always keep both eyes open when using a monocular microscope.
Binocular heads have two eyepieces.
Trinocular heads have two eyepieces plus an additional port to which a camera can be attached for still and live imaging.
Digital Only are digital microscopes with no eyepieces to view the specimen with the naked eye.
- Binocular (1)
- Magnification Type
Fixed: Entry-Level, single, low power objective designed for Elementary School level.
Dual Power: Two fixed, low power objectives, typically used when zoom magnification is not required or budget is a constraint. Ideal for young microscopists and hobbyists.
Zoom: Allows a convenient seamless zoom throughout a magnification range, much like an SLR camera. More sophisticated design and are, therefore, more expensive than dual power microscopes.
- Zoom (1)
- Illumination Type
Halogen or LED illumination is standard on most good quality microscopes. Only advanced users will see the difference so the choice is a personal one.
Halogen provides a bright white that is suitable for most applications. Since it is a hot light, it is not recommended where heat is an issue, such as live specimens.
LED Illumination is an alternative to halogen with more of a bluish white light. It often includes rechargeable batteries for greater portability.
Tungsten is typically used on microscopes where price is the primary purchasing criteria.
- Stand Type
We offer four types of stereo microscope stands:
Boom Stand - For industrial inspection include single, dual or articulated arms of greater length for bench top applications.
Fixed Arm Stand - A classic stand that includes a rigid, fixed focusing block.
Pole Stand - Enables the focus block to rotate through 360 degrees in order to view larger specimens off the stage.
Platform Stand - Flatter, larger and requires external illumination.
- Articulated Boom (1)
- Stand Features
With few exceptions, most DIno-Lite stands are easily portable. They also offer a variety of other features to suit different applications.
Simply click on the filter that fits your requirement to view the respective stands
- Articulated (1)
- Stand Class
- Boom (1)
PriceYou can filter the microscopes according to price. Simply click on your desired price range.
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