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  • Seeking information about Olympus U-POFW filter wheel

    Hi, I've been looking for information on an Olympus U-POFW filter wheel but so far have come up empty handed. Can anyone tell me what Olympus microscope

    mjb485_98 4 hours ago
  • What is this?

    Hi, It looks like interference filters but I wish to find out what instrument it was a part of. The substrate is about 5mm thick. It usually looks blue but

    optotinker 4 hours ago
  • Re: Reichert Jung Series 160 Help

    Hi Ken, AO/Reichert went to infinity stands starting with the 10, 20, 50, 60 series. Your 160 is also infinity. The parfocal distance is 34mm and all are

    charles.2211 19 hours ago
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We have a large knowledge base for the acquisition, collecting, accessorizing,
maintenance and use of legacy instruments. Members are well versed in all microscopy techniques including imaging and all types of contrast enhancement.

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Our founder Phil's Mission Statment


This List brings together people who are interested in microscopy as
a hobby or profession. Let's share tips on equipment, supplies and
procedures.

Topics might include collecting or culturing algae, protozoa,
bacteria and other specimens.

Although the emphasis is on light (optical) microscopes, all
technologies are welcome. Photomicrography discussions are encouraged.
-Phil

updated -G.Couger 11.04.09

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