The Optika 386 is a fluorescence microscope that uses fluorescence and phosphorescence instead of, reflection and absorption, to study properties of organic or inorganic substances. The microscope works by the light of the excitation wavelength that illuminates the specimen through the objective lens. The fluorescence emitted by the specimen is focused to the detector by the same objective, providing greater resolution.
The microscope can be connected to a screen via the camera HDMI, as pictured, to form a digital microscope. This enables greater analysis of organisms at high resolution, making the microscope ideal for biological uses.
Features of the Optika 386 Microscope:
- Excitation filter
- Fluorescence and phosphorescence imagery
- Five Optika objective lenses: 4x, 10x, 40x , 60x and 100x
- Emission filter – to separate illumination light from the much weaker emitted fluorescence
- Mechanical stage – easy to move to precise positions
- Coaxial coarse and fine focusing mechanism
- Includes camera HDMI
- Monitor not included