AmScope SE306R-PZ Forward Binocular Stereo Microscope is ideal for both home
and school use. The binocular viewing head of this microscope has an interpupillary
range of 55 to 75 mm. This allows for the range to be adjusted to the
specifications of individual users, making ideal for both younger users and
and WF20X pieces combined with the 2X and 4X subjective will provide the user
with 20X, 40X and 80X magnification and a longer working distance that would
prove beneficial for inspecting large scale specimens, which may require
handling or even repairs.
optical glass lenses allows for sharp images given that they are highly coded
in order to ensure high resolution images. This is an important aspect of the
microscope given that it will allow the user to view the fine details of the
specimen under observation and effectively manipulate/handle parts.
it particularly ideal for watchmakers, jewelers as well as philatelists among
others, who often observe the finer details of the objects to either repair
them or determine their authenticity.
the AmScope SE306R-PZ Forward Binocular Stereo Microscope, dioptric adjustment
is also possible, which allows it to accommodate individual light strength
differences. In addition to the adjustable interpupillary range, this is an
important feature of the AmScope SE306R-PZ given that it allows for users with
different eye visions to comfortably use the microscope.
stereo microscope (also an inspection or dissection microscope) the AmScope
SE306R-PZ low magnification and long working distance, which makes ideal for
the manipulating the specimen under observation.
The versatile illumination
provides both the incident lighting (top) as well as transmitted (bottom)
illumination. As such, the user can either chose between incident illumination,
where light is shown down on to the image and the transmitted illumination
where light is transmitted through the frosted stage plate.
illumination serves to observe 3D objects/specimens, transmitted illumination
serves to observe slides given that light is passed through the specimen.
stage of this microscope has frosted stage plate for use with lower transmitted
lighting as well as a reversible black and white plate that will provide
contrast with both light and dark colored specimens when used with upper
reflected lighting. This aspect of the microscope makes it easier to observe
both light colored and dark colored objects given that frosted stage is
reversible (black and white). With this feature, contrast is enhanced
regardless of whether the specimen is dark or light in color.
the other important features of the microscope include:
Pair of Eye-guards
One Spare Bulb
Halogen Light Source
quality original true color
Pros and Cons
with quality material, which makes it long lasting
and 4X objectives that can be switched, it is more convenient for use as
compared to microscopes with fixed objectives.
easy to use
eyepieces optics can be dark, making it difficult for the user to get a good
can be too bright, which may cause distortion
lacks a light dimmer
makes the AmScope SE306R-PZ Forward Binocular Stereo Microscope unique is that
it is a very good microscope for an array of applications. Being a stereo
microscope, it can be used in a variety of fields including forestry, geology,
archaeology and biology among others.
Hobbyists, jewellers, and watchmakers among others will find it
convenient for their respective activities given that the versatile
illumination system (the transmitted and incident illuminations) allows it to
be used for an array of functions.
Although the magnification only goes up to 80X, it would be an ideal microscope for younger users who have shown interest in microscopy as well as young curious minds who wish to observe the fine details of various 3D objects/specimens such as stamps and coins among others.
At home, it can prove to be a very important tool for both parents and kids given that parents can use it to introduce kids to microscopy, and get them to develop an interest in learning about their surroundings.
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