richard at jarkman.co.uk
Thu Oct 27 15:35:20 UTC 2011
Yes, the eyepiece and objective multiply, so obviously if you have
high-power eyepieces the overall magnification might be too high to be
A 10mm field sounds like it is quite powerful but perhaps not
ridiculously powerful for SMT. And, incidentally, the long arm is handy
for looking at a lot of real-world things that won't fit under a
short-armed scope like mine.
On 27/10/2011 16:22, matthew venn wrote:
> No, does that multiply the objective? I think the field of view is
> about 10mm
> Matthew Venn
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> On 25 Oct 2011 23:33, "Richard Sewell" <richard at jarkman.co.uk
> <mailto:richard at jarkman.co.uk>> wrote:
> Cute! Do you know what eyepiece magnification it has ?
> On 25/10/2011 18:27, matthew venn wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> found this at a great surplus store in Halifax:
>> A prior stereo microscope with a 20x objective - in great order +
>> wooden box. He wants £50 plus VAT for it.
>> I know it's more expensive than the other new one, but this is a
>> nice second hand one with character!
>> Matthew Venn
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