Microscope suitable for many purposes
This microscope offers many possibilities, due to the fact that it can be used with both light and transmitted light. The base is adjustable in height and width and because of the large object table you can view large (er) objects. The pair of eyepieces are so-called Wide Field eyepieces, which in combination with the objectives (0.7x and 4.5x) yield a respective magnification of 7x and 45x. The head can be rotated through 360 ° with a viewing angle of 45 °.
The Bresser Science has two light sources, both of which can be dimmed separately. The angle of incidence of the reflected light can be set variably and also fixed. The microscope can therefore be called very user-friendly. The eye distance can be set individually and the microscope also has a diopter setting.
Explanation binocular microscope
In contrast to a monocular microscope (where one looks with one eye), this is a binocular microscope where you can watch both eyes simultaneously. An advantage of a binocular microscope is that it is much more pleasant to observe, where with a monocular microscope one eye has to be squeezed one can look with a binocular in an easy way with two eyes. The disadvantage is that no digital camera can be connected to it. Should you later want to close a microscope camera, it is better to opt for a trinocular microscope.