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Please also note that when buying a microscope, you need to consider the:
- Adjustable light source – essential!
- Trinocular head – 2 eyepieces and 1 digital camera attachment
- Objectives – usually come in sets eg x4, x10, x40, x100 or x10, x20, x40, x100. If possible get X10, X20, X40. There is no need for x100.
- Moveable stage.
- Slide clips to position slide.
Buy the best microscope you can afford in the range that is suitable. Prices range from $300 to +$ 1200. Cameras can be $100 – $1000.
P.S. PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU CAN ATTACH A CAMERA TO ANY MICROSCOPE YOU BUY!
NOTE: Dr Mary Cole suggested buying locally may be a good idea as the microscope will need servicing.
For more details on microscopes and supplies please visit: http://agpath.com.au/Products/MicroscopeKits.aspx
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