Microscopes Stereo – Life Science
Olympus stereo microscopes are able to view the specimen in three dimensions. Stereo microscopes are really two compound microscopes in one unit enabling the user to focus on the same point from slightly different angles.
The SZX16 is designed for advanced research and is suitable for oblique and brightfield illumination. Its maximum numerical aperture (NA) of 0.3 produ...More About SZX16 Research stereo microscope
SZX16 Research stereo microscope
The SZX16 is designed for advanced research and is suitable for oblique and brightfield illumination. Its maximum numerical aperture (NA) of 0.3 produces a resolution of 900 linepairs per millimeter, enabling more sample information to be gained efficiently. The large zoom ratio of 16.4:1, combined with the comprehensive range of parfocal objectives with excellent working distances, allows easy switching between a macro- and micro-view. Imaging of the whole organism down to fine microscopic and individual cell structures becomes an easy task with an optical system that provides a natural, distortion-free view.
The SZX10 is specially designed for routine research. With a maximum numerical aperture (NA) of 0.2, producing a resolution of 600 line pairs per mill...More About SZX10 Advanced Stereo microscope
SZX10 Advanced Stereo microscope
The SZX10 is specially designed for routine research. With a maximum numerical aperture (NA) of 0.2, producing a resolution of 600 line pairs per millimeter and a zoom ratio of 10:1, more information can be gained efficiently from samples. The range of objectives with outstanding working distances offers versatility, while the Galilean optical system provides a natural view and distortion-free observation. The innovative design ensures optimal visual comfort and ergonomic use. The SZX10 is suitable for oblique and bright field illumination, and compatibility with different imaging devices enables use with fluorescence and flexible imaging stations.