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  • Re: NIKON SMZ-2 jammed zoom ring...

    Mr. Tsukamoto, Would it be possible for you to send me the repair manual for the SMZ-2B as well? I have just purchased one, which needs some TLC in regards to

    ericcath 2 hours ago
  • High-Tolerance Dichroic-Mirrors

    I'm posting this along the lines of the debate we got into about the high-tolerance cover-slips, and; the comparison photos that Zeiss has posted. Semrock has

    rich_guy_looker 5 hours ago
  • Re: Zeiss Pancratic Condenser Annular Diaphragm

    Hi Charles, It is 3mm. I tried bigger and smaller, they worked fine but 3mm seemed to be the best. One advantage I failed to mention is that one is free to use

    interference_rules_ok 2 days 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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This List brings together people who are interested in microscopy as
a hobby or profession. Let's share tips on equipment, supplies and

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.

updated -G.Couger 11.04.09

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  • Mar 10, 1999
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