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New MAGUS microscopes and accessories are here


We are excited to present new products by the MAGUS brand: fluorescence and metallurgical microscopes, their digital versions as well as a large number of accessories for microscopes that make the researcher’s work more efficient and comfortable.

Fluorescence inverted microscopes

Microscopes with inverted design for studying samples in laboratory glassware using the visible fluorescence method in reflected light and the brightfield and phase contrast methods in transmitted light:

Metallurgical microscopes

A special class of microscopes for studying metals, alloys, semiconductors, and paint coatings. These models support working in brightfield and polarized light, and they are also equipped with special objectives and a device for working in the darkfield method:

Metallurgical inverted microscopes

Microscopes with inverted design for working with large and heavy non-transparent objects:

Digital microscopes with a camera or with a camera and a screen

Digital versions of these microscopes with a camera are tools not only for the direct observation of a sample, but also for recording studies in photo and video formats. A version with a screen is a complete visualization system for a microscope.

With a camera:

With a camera and a screen:


All new products are plan achromatic microscopes designed for “infinity”, with a high degree of correction of field distortions as well as chromatic and spherical aberrations. The parfocal distance is 45mm.

For polarizing microscopes

An objective for working in polarized light is strain-free, i.e. its optics do not introduce stray reflections that distort the image. The refraction only comes from the sample, and the image in the eyepieces is authentic, clean, and clear.

For metallurgical microscopes

To work with samples made of metals and alloys, we recommend using objectives that have a large working distance. Such samples may have an uneven surface with significant peaks and cavities. If you use a regular objective and adjust the focus carelessly, you can accidentally touch the sample with the front lens and thereby damage either the optics or the sample.

Objectives for biological microscopes

Two phase contrast objectives are available for biological microscopes. The phase contrast method is used to study low-contrast organisms that are difficult to see in the brightfield and that the researcher does not want to stain.

Objectives for fluorescence microscopes

Objectives with lenses made of optical glass without the effect of birefringence are used for the fluorescence observation method. The optics of these objectives are particularly clear and do not have their own luminescence.


Eyepieces for biological, polarizing, and stereomicroscopes are available. The eyepiece diameter is 23.2mm and 30mm. Models with a scale are also available – these eyepieces are used to measure samples and their structures.

For biological and polarizing microscopes:

For stereomicroscopes:

Other accessories

The new C-mount adapters have a focal length adjustment feature and their own magnification. They are used to install a digital camera in a vertical tube. Compatible with MAGUS trinocular microscopes.

An auxiliary lens is an accessory for stereomicroscopes. It screws onto the objective cap and changes the magnification of the microscope as well as its field of view and working distance. There are lenses that increase or decrease magnification.

The MAGUS MS9 XY Mechanical Stage Attachment is used to move the sample around the stage.

Among the new products are other useful accessories:

You will find all of the MAGUS microscopes and accessories in this section.

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