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  • SMZ1270 and SMZ800N Stereo Microscopes
Jun 2014
Nikon Instruments Inc.Request Info
MELVILLE, N.Y., June 6, 2014 — With an expanded zoom ratio of 12.7× and enhanced ease of operation, the SMZ1270 and SMZ800N stereo microscopes from Nikon Instruments offer chromatic aberration correction for brighter, sharper images across a large field of view.

The microscopes are paired with newly developed WF objectives and offer refined performance over basic parallel-optics stereo models. The devices also incorporate a lineup of accessories to support a variety of uses, including applications in the biological, medical and industrial fields.

Newly developed Plan Apo WF and ED plan widefield objectives compensate for chromatic aberrations over three wavelengths. Ideal for documentation with the latest large-format digital cameras, the microscopes improve chromatic aberration correction to ensure bright images without color fringe throughout the whole field of view.


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A departure from ideal paraxial imaging behavior. The distortion of an optical field wavefront as it is propagated through the elements of an optical system. The field distortion is due to the interaction of the wavefront with ideal components and therefore a result of optical component behavior.
Having the property of color.
The attribute of visual experience that can be described as having quantitatively specifiable dimensions of hue, saturation, and brightness or lightness. The visual experience, not including aspects of extent (e.g., size, shape, texture, etc.) and duration (e.g., movement, flicker, etc.).
1. In raster scan television, one of the two scans that are interlaced to make up a frame. 2. See field of view.
An interference band such as Newton's ring.
A term used to describe a convex surface having too short a radius of curvature. To correct this condition, material is cut from the outer portion of the polishing tool.
To control, by magnifying or reducing, the size of a televised image, either electronically or optically.
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