Omegon Binocular Microscope - Relaxed investigating with both eyes on the subject
There is more than we can see with the naked eye right alone in front of us. But only a microscope lets you can see what was previously hidden. Discover your 'inner naturalist' and use the Omegon Binocular Microscope to observe onion cells or freshwater shrimps that you yourself have bred.
The diameter of the eyepieces is 25,6mm.
This biological microscope also has a top-light. This enables very thin, opaque samples, such as stamps, material, etc., to be studied.
This function is not designed for studying larger structures such as insects of minerals. This can also not replace a stereomicroscope.