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Re: Leitz Lamphousing 20 -different types?

Hi Hans I forgot to say that I modified the simpler of the two types of lamphousing, one without the mysterious hole. I removed the spherical mirror, which is
graham_comptonuk
5:16 PM
#87285
 
87284

Re: Leitz laborlux

Ok, I got a little worried there, because i thought I was the ONLY one not able to email members off-board, so; I thought MAYBE I had gone "looney-tunes."
rich_guy_looker
4:16 PM
#87284
 
87283

Re: Leitz Lamphousing 20 -different types?

Hi Hans I've just posted 2 more photos, this time of the interior of the lamphousing that I converted to LED. The LED came out of a Verbatim 4.5W lamp; chosen
graham_comptonuk
4:11 PM
#87283
 
87282

Re: Help for a beginner

Paul, This has just appeared on Fleabay and, with an eyepiece and M42>Nikon adapter, will be a good, reasonably priced way to get you started. Good luck! From:
Mark Papp
2:11 PM
#87282
 
87281

Re: Leitz laborlux

Hi Rich Can't find how to e-mail you Cheers Tom
stvtc
1:00 PM
#87281
 
87280

Re: Leitz laborlux

Many thanks for the links Peter
stvtc
12:53 PM
#87280
 
87279

Leitz laborlux

we've had similar discussions on this before, email me off-board for a referral. Before you invest any money in the objective you're looking for, you may
rich_guy_looker
10:35 AM
#87279
 
87278

Re: Leitz laborlux

Hi Randall Thanks for your reply, I have searched ebay for days without any luck Tom
stvtc
8:35 AM
#87278
 
87277

Re: Leitz laborlux

Tom, did you look at eBay? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261988228702 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/261988228705 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/161776368685
Peter Webber
8:28 AM
#87277
 
87276

Re: Leitz laborlux

Those two are not very common. Try searching eBay for Leitz 3X . The objective must also be labeled "160" ; i.e., 160 mm tube length, not 170. Randall. _____
rbuck
7:58 AM
#87276
 
87275

Leitz laborlux

Hi I am wondering if anyone can give me some advice. I recently purchased a Leitz Laborlux S microscope and I am trying to find a low powered objective lens
stvtc
7:11 AM
#87275
 
87274

Re: Help for a beginner

Hi Paul: I discovered that a lot depends on what magnification you want and how you measure "magnification". For example object to film, object to pixels, or
Brooke Clarke
Jul 31
#87274
 
87273

Re: Help for a beginner

Hi Fred, This is the link Kreb's latter article on his setup: http://www.krebsmicro.com/microsetup2/index.html http://www.krebsmicro.com/microsetup2/index.html
brn_matsumoto
Jul 31
#87273
 
87272

Re: An antique microscope with 4 eyepieces?!?

I contacted Zeiss few months ago and they gave me the informations I asked (model, year, city of delivery) Best Stefano
hortuspalmarum
Jul 31
#87272
 
87271

Re: Help for a beginner

Hi,There are 2 types of DSLR adapters.  One requires an eyepiece and the other comes complete with a lens.  The ones with a lens are plentiful on Ebay and
mel lieberman
Jul 31
#87271
 
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