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Olympus SZ51 – versatile stereo microscope.

Key Features:
Excellent image flatness
Sharp, bright and high contrast optics
Best zoom ratio in its class
Targeted to basic research and education

The versatile and cost-efficient Olympus SZ51 zoom stereo microscope offers a broad range of functions for observation and documentation of specimens in life science. New ComfortView eyepieces ensure fast, comfortable observation. The world's first universal LED integrated illumination stand brings all the advantages of LED technology to stereo microscopy. Ideal for imaging as LEDs have a constant color temperature.

Phenomenal image flatness and depth of focus
The small angle convergence of the image forming path in the Greenough optical system ensures excellent image flatness with deep depth of focus.

ComfortView eyepieces
Quick, comfortable observation is ensured by this completely new eyepiece design featuring pupil aberration control and appropriate positioning in the eyepoint.

The world's first universal reflected/transmitted light LED illumination stand brings together all the advantages of LED technology. The flat, high-brightness LEDs allow successfull integration of transmitted illumination into a very slim base which in turn  facilitates easy specimen access and manipulation.

Olympus Camedia Cameras can be adapted via the optional eyesleeve adapter. Transfer data via USB to a PC or use the optional available combination of frame grabber and DP-Soft software for easy data archiving and image processing.

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