The Trino Researcher offers observing fun for an unbeatable price. Based on a solid metal body and equipped with DIN eyepieces and objectives, this transmission-type microscope fulfils even professional demands with its optical and mechanical quality. Many details, for example the cross table for optimal object positioning or the focuser with coarse and fine drive for dead-sharp images. Instead of a binocular head, the Trino Researcher has a trinocular head. With this equipment, the observer can make binocular obseravtions and - at the same time! - take photographs or use a PC eyepiece
|Magnification in stages||40x/100x/400x/1000x|
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|Total length||280 mm|
|Total width||175 mm|
|Total height||360 mm|
|Net Weight total (incl. accessories)||3.8 kg|
|Eyepiece Barrel Diameter||23.2 mm|
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