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    exactly, what do u need to see?

    there's a HUGE difference between an inverted microscope, a laboratory microscope or a Binocularscope.


    all of them have basic to advanced models.


    I am currently working with very high powered microscopes with deconvolution as well as the Zeiss Axioverts Binocular scopes, and basic Leica M80s...

    so you've to know what u want first b4 asking a sweeping question.

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    i start @ home, in my room. take mirco foto of my watch on my bed
    dun laught, is real hard work.
    after 10 over yrs, i still do tt sometime

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    Default Re: Microscope for beginners

    Quote Originally Posted by plsoong View Post
    exactly, what do u need to see?

    there's a HUGE difference between an inverted microscope, a laboratory microscope or a Binocularscope.


    all of them have basic to advanced models.


    I am currently working with very high powered microscopes with deconvolution as well as the Zeiss Axioverts Binocular scopes, and basic Leica M80s...

    so you've to know what u want first b4 asking a sweeping question.
    Thank you for the concern. I am just looking at a simple microscope with decent magnification (200x) and easy to use. Not really looking for something complicated or powerful.

    Since I don't have time to go out shoot landscapes because my wife is expecting next month, I figured something that I could do at the comfort of home. The first thing that came out of my mind was microscopes.

    Long story, anyway... I saw one which I quite like but only 1.3MP....
    1.3 Mega Pixel USB Digital Microscope 230x Zoom

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    Default Re: Microscope for beginners

    careful on digital zoom and optical zoom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by longkangman View Post
    careful on digital zoom and optical zoom.
    exactly

    200X magnification is different from 200X digital zoom....

    200X magnification lenses are EXPENSIVE esp from Zeiss.

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    Check out the Nikon YS100. There's a mirror version YS50. These are portable student microscopes.

    Also remember to check for adaptors to connect your camera.

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