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This microscope is designed to help students/kids/adults/beginner/amateur scientist/hobbyists exploring the fantastic world of the life. It is ideal for school,laboratory or home teaching, one-on-one instruction.
This precision instrument is a high quality Simul-focal 8X-50X trinocular stereo zoom microscope, and features extreme widefield optics,. Optically, the large zoom magnification range of 8x-50x maintains focus at a 4.5" (115mm) working distance. This confocal feature provides ample room for various sample sizes, and with its 360 degree swiveling head and 45 degree ocular tubes, the ultimate experience in comfort can be achieved to your liking.
8X-50X Continuous trinocular confocal zoom magnification power
Extreme widefield optics offering crisp clear stereo images
Focusable extreme widefield eypieces
4.5" Working Distance with large 1-1/4" field of view
Head: 45 degree inclined 360 degree swiveling binocular
Eyepiece: 30mm extreme widefield focus-adjustable 10X/22
Diopter Adjustment: +/-5dp
Interpupillary Distance: 2-0" - 2-15/16"(52-75mm)
Working Distance: 4.5" (115mm)
1 x Trinocular Stereo Zoom Head
1 x Pair of Super Widefield 10X22MM Eyepieces
1 x Pair of Eye-Guards
1 x Dust Cover
1 x Pillar Table Stand
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