Dissection Microscopes are light illuminated stereo microscopes (low power microscopes) designed to facilitate the examination and magnification of three dimensional items rather than samples being put on slides. These type of microscopes are commonly used in dissecting specimens, however they have other different functions too. Scientific supply companies offer them at different levels of quality and can be ordered directly from the manufacturer.
The way the lenses operate, they are at times referred to as stereoscopes. Stereoscopy or Stereomicroscopy dissects a larger specimen with a better vision but cannot show individual cells because of low magnification. Stereomicroscopes consist of two compound microscopes that are trained on same sample. Each of one microscope has a prism erecting system that set up the image and the eyepiece with 10 degrees angle between the two chambers.
What is the edge of Stereoscopic microscopy among other microscopes? The obvious one is that its ability to magnify 3D objects rather than samples on slides. This can be really useful in finding out the exact location of the objects which is of great importance in micro-dissection. In addition, Dissection Microscopes or stereomicroscopes posses a very convenient depth of field and they can also be fitted with a fluorescent lamp.
Stereomicroscopes have the ability to magnify an image from 100 up to 150 times whilst a standard compound microscope can magnify as an image as much as 1500 times. But having a lower magnification can also be favorable to allow one to view more of an object. Usually the stage of a dissection microscope is large where it can have a depression when it comes to securing specimens. Its magnification can be in zoom or fixed style where users could not reach an extremely high magnification. The lighting is produced via the reflected light that bounces off the object instead of that light being transmitted from beneath the stage.
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