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Monocular. Magnification: 200x. Illumination: mirror

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Levenhuk 2S NG Microscope is an attractively priced basic microscope for beginners, children and students. The microscope works in bright field mode allowing you to observe transparent specimens, and has a very good price/quality ratio. Featuring 200x magnification Levenhuk 2S NG Microscope will show amateur observers everything they need to start their scientific investigations.

1.6-inch plano-concave mirror used as the illumination source in the Levenhuk 2S NG Microscope provides the light required for observations and has several advantages that make it safe for children to use. Plano-concave mirror is known as the safest illumination method; it doesn't require a separate power supply and can be easily controlled by adjusting the disc diaphragm.

Levenhuk 2S NG Microscope has a 16x eyepiece that provides quality views without aberrations, and coarse focusing system with 0.8-inch focusing intervals that makes the images sharper.

This model features inclined head and stage, so you can comfortably adjust the microscope to your desired position during observations. The stage also has stage clips to keep samples (one or two since stage dimensions allow that) in place. Reliable metal construction ensures the microscope's stability.

Levenhuk 2S NG Microscope kit includes:

  • Microscope
  • 1 objective: 16x
  • 1 eyepiece: H12.5 x
  • Diaphragm disk
  • Stage with clips
  • Plano-concave mirror
  • User manual and lifetime warranty

Some things you can see under a microscope:

Levenhuk 2S NG Microscope is compatible with Levenhuk digital cameras (purchased separately). Levenhuk cameras are installed in the eyepiece tube instead of an eyepiece.

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