Re: Advice on Microscope

From: jack reisland ^lt;>
Date: 03/03/04-11:10:47 PM Z
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Hi Sandy,

The older B&L microscopes were the workhorse scopes for labs and industry
for a long time, and are still well supported. I have a B&L zoom
binocular scope and find it to be a great tool. You can look around and
get a digital camera to scope eyepiece adapter on line
( is one place). If you find one that is specifically
for your camera, it is less expensive than a universal adapters.

Jack Reisland

Sandy King wrote:

> I want to thank everyone who offered advice re: my question about
> microscopes, and to those who offered assistance in my project,
> especially Gordon and Ryuji.
> My needs are not complicated, however, and I believe that everything
> I want to do can be satisfied with a fairly low-power unit of
> 40-100X. I looked on ebay for several days and eventually purchased a
> fairly old, but apparently well-built, professional instrument made
> by Bausch and Lomb.
> Now I have got to figure out how to actually make photographs with it.
> Sandy King
Received on Wed Mar 3 23:10:34 2004

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