Stereo microscopes are used in countless settings. Anatomy and physiology, geology, forensics, jewelry making, examining electronics, and so on.
Things to look for when making your selection are:
Working distance: How much room is needed between the objective and the subject matter you are studying. If the desired distance is not attainable with the basic set-up, reducing lenses can be purchased to increase the distance.
Power: Most stereo microscopes offer magnification up to 40x. Higher end models deliver 50x
Light source: Do you need incident (from above), transmitted (from below) or a combination? Is your subject very sensitive to heat and requires a cold-light source?
Mobility: Will the microscope be used in a stationary position, or are more elaborate articulating arm stands needed to position precisely over your subject or a series of subjects?
Whatever the need, Motic and Stellar Scientific have a set-up that is right for you at a price you can afford.
Because of the wide range of needs, we feature just a small selection of Motic stereo microscopes.
Contact us with your needs and let us work together to create a custom package that works for you.