The advanced microscope for everyone
This trinocular stereomicroscope is very suitable for getting acquainted with the world of microscopy. All kinds of tissues, fossils and textures can easily be observed under this microscope. The Bresser Advance ICD has a zoom lens with 0.65 to 4.5x magnification. It comes standard with a 2x conversion lens that ensures that the standard magnification is increased once again. When you use the third tube for your camera, for example, the image remains visible in an eyepiece. In combination with the WF 10x / 20 eyepieces with this is an excellent tool for the amateur microscopist.
A trinocular microscope is basically the same as a binocular microscope but with an extra tube where a microscope camera can be attached. A trinocular microscope can be both a biological and a stereomicroscope. The advantage of a trinocular microscope is that you can watch both with the eyes and with a camera that is connected to the computer.
Lighting and objective
The transmitted light of the Advance microscope is formed by a 10 watt halogen lamp with dimmer (for continuous variation in light intensity). The advantage of a halogen lamp is that these lamps are easy to replace and have a warmer color temperature compared to LED lamps.
Zoom lens: use different magnifications
The Bresser Advance comes standard with a zoom lens that can be rotated to achieve different magnifications. The lenses have a magnification of 1x to 4x respectively. With the included eyepieces of 10x and 20x an enlargement is achieved of respectively 10x and 40x and 20x and 80x. Thanks to the add-on lens, the magnification is doubled again, so you get a maximum magnification of 160x.
What is supplied?
- Bresser Advance ICD
- Conversion lens
- Blue filter
- Rubber eyecups
- Dust cover
- Power cable