GX Microscopes ultraZOOM-3 Research Grade, Long Working Distance, Trinocular Stereo Zoom Microscope with Fluorescence Option
The ultraZOOM-3 is a research grade, stereo zoom microscope with high optical quality, flat field objectives, very widefield eyepieces, high quality output to camera, large zoom range, long working distance – huge choice of stands The build quality is exceptional being all metal with HD coated optical components.
The ultraZOOM-3 has a magnification zoom range of: 7X-63X, expandable to a massive 3.5X-351X with options and is equipped with a camera port on the trinocular head as standard for live image viewing capture and analysis.
- Huge choice of stands (see specifications tab)
- This microscope has an optional fluorescence imaging attachment making it a truly versatile workhorse for almost any application.
- This stylish microscope is the very latest, modern design by GX Microscopes Microscopes. It includes all the features you would expect to see from such an advanced design. The ultraZOOM-3 has superb quality coated optics which deliver a bright, crisp, high resolution image in beautiful 3D. The 3D effect is produced by the presence of a pair of angled zoom objectives each of which presents a slightly different view of the subject and transmits this to each eyepiece.
- Fluorescence option
This microscope is suitable for use for almost every task including entomology, PCB repairs, research, university teaching, industrial inspection and any dissection work.
How its works
Stereo microscopes, also known as dissecting and low power microscopes, are used to examine any specimen that is not mounted on a slide (although many slide mounted specimens can be observed). They are particularly useful for examining unprepared specimens that are not thin and are ‘lumpy’ such as insects, plants, geological specimens, fossils, industrial parts, pcbs, coins, archaeological artefacts, pond life, invertebrates, zoological specimens, embryos, forensic samples, textiles etc. Long working distance versions are ideal for working under.
You will find these different types of stereo microscopes in this catalogue:
· Single Magnification Stereo Microscopes – change magnification by changing objective cartridges and/or eyepieces (lowest cost microscopes)
· Zoom Magnification Stereo Microscopes – the most popular type of microscope where you change magnification using a zoom control knob
· Long Reach Stereo Microscopes – highly popular in industry & restoration for observing larger specimens or where a large, clear work area is required – see long reach microscopes below in all our ranges
Stereo microscopes always have two eyepieces, each eyepiece takes an image from its own objective (there are always 2 objectives). Each objective is positioned at an angle pointing at the subject. In this way a 3 dimensional image is perceived through the eyepieces, hence the term ‘stereo’
W.D. = Working Distance. This is the distance from the end of the objective lens to the point on your subject that is in focus.
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