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Stereomicroscope

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CarlZeissMicro.jpgThe SteReo Discovery.V20 stereomicroscope from Carl Zeiss MicroImaging Inc. has a magnification range from 4.7× to 345×, resolving power of up to 1000 LP line pairs per millimeter, a 23-mm field of view at 10× magnification and a 20:1 zoom range. A step motor enables focusing at intervals of 350 nm through a 340-mm range, and a system control panel allows users to switch among zoom, focus and illumination functions. Compatible with the company’s digital cameras and image analysis and evaluation software, the microscope has applications in biological and medical research.


BioPhotonics
Sep 2007
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