- A powerful multi-purpose compound microscope for viewing tiny details of specimen slides; excellent for clinicians, high school and university science students, and enthusiastic hobbyists alike
- Professional Siedentopf head is fully rotatable for shared use and equipped with interchangeable wide-field 10X and 25X glass eyepieces fixed at an ergonomic 30 degree tilt to reduce neck strain, easily adjustable for different interpupillary distances without losing focus
- 4 DIN Achromatic objectives mounted in a revolving turret offer 6 magnification levels: 40X, 100X, 250X, 400X, 1000X, 2500X
- The brilliant LED bulb transmits light through an Abbe condenser, illuminating slide specimens from below with adjustable brightness; the large surface area of the double-layered mechanical plate and secure slide holder optimize slides for viewing
- Trinocular head accepts additional eyepiece and microscope camera attachments (not included) in order to view, livestream, record, and capture magnified specimen images
Our favorite workhorse microscope, now upgraded for camera-compatibility! The Swift SW350T trinocular compound microscope features a dedicated camera port, making it the perfect instrument for clinical instruction, large science lectures, textbook compilation, or simply the serious hobbyist who wishes to take and share pictures of specimens.
The SW350T keeps all the features of our popular SW350B: the interchangeable wide-field 10X and 25X eyepieces are mounted into a swiveling Siedentopf head, allowing for quick adjustments to suit different interpupillary distances without loss of focus. The four achromatic DIN objectives -- 4X, 10X, 40X(Spring), and 100X (Spring, Oil) -- combine with the eyepieces for 6 powerful magnification levels between 40X and 2500X. LED bulb provides steady, brilliant illumination fully controlled by the dimmer wheel and focused through an industry-standard NA 1.25 Abbe condenser and iris diaphragm. A large mechanical stage with moveable slide holder allows you to see the entire area of a specimen without reclipping.
The SW350T also introduces a third ocular tube on which an additional eyepiece or a microscope camera (not included) can be mounted, allowing users to stream and record video as well as capture pictures of specimen images.
What can you see with it? Compound microscopes offer detailed, cellular-level views of transparent or dyed specimens prepared and mounted on a slide. This microscope allows you to view samples such as bacteria, protozoa, and animal cells. (For magnifying solid objects, use a stereo microscope.)