STEREO MICROSCOPES, also called dissecting microscopes, are really two compound microscopes which focus on the same point from slightly different angles.  This allows the specimen to be viewed in three dimensions.  As opposed to compound microscopes, the image is upright and laterally correct (not upside down and backwards).  Stereo microscopes are relatively low power compared with compound microscopes, usually below 100x.  They can have a single fixed magnification, several discrete magnifications, or a zoom magnification system.  Working distance is much longer than with a typical compound microscope as well, allowing work to be done on the specimen while it is being observed through the microscope (hence the name “dissecting microscope”).  Many stereo microscopes are modular in design allowing a variety of stands, eyepieces, objectives, and lighting techniques to be implemented depending on the intended use.


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    Leica M125 12.5:1 Zoom Stereomicroscope


    RZ-APO 10:1 Zoom Stereomicroscope


    Martin DSM60 Dual View Stereomicroscope


    Meiji EMZ12TR Trinocular Zoom Stereomicroscope with Fiberoptic Near Vertical Illuminator


    Motic DSK500 Dual Viewing Stereomicroscope


    Meiji EMZ8TR Trinocular Zoom Stereomicroscope with choice of stands


    Meiji EMZ5 Zoom Stereomicroscope with choice of stands


    Meiji EMZ13TR Trinocular Zoom Stereomicroscope with choice of stands


    Labomed Luxeo 6Z LED Stereomicroscope


    Motic K400 Stereomicroscope with drawing device. 4 Power: 6x, 12x, 25x, 50x


    Motic K400 Stereomicroscope 4 Power: 6x, 12x, 25x, 50x


    Motic SMZ168B-LED Zoom Stereomicroscope


    Motic SMZ168-P Zoom Stereomicroscope Zoom Range: 7.5x to 50x


    Labomed Luxeo 4Z LED Stereomicroscope


    Labomed Luxeo 2S LED Stereomicroscope


    EM-23 Stereomicroscope


    American Optical Cycloptic Stereomicroscope


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