Objective lenses providing an excellent image, a robust mechanism and a solid stage all make the Monovision a superior microscope for both school and hobby.
360° viewing, angled at 45 °
The Omegon Monovision has the eyepiece tube angled at 45° to make your observing as pleasant as possible. This is very practical – you can observe while relaxed and sitting down, even for long periods. The eyepiece tube can also be rotated by 360° – another advantage for observing convenience.
Large mechanical stage with Specimen-Buddy
The stage holds your slides, so it is of fundamental importance. Microscope slides are held by the ‘Specimen Buddy’, which keeps glass slides held firmly in place and at the right orientation for observing. Changing slides is very simple – the spring-loaded stage clip lets you replace a slide in no time.
10X and 16X eyepieces and 640X magnification
Two eyepieces (10X and 16X) and four different lenses on the objective lens turret allow you to select magnifications from between 40X and 640X – these are sensible magnifications for a microscope of this class and you will always benefit from a clear, high-contrast image. And if it needs to be even higher, then just use the Barlow lens for an incredible 1280X magnification.
Biological microscopes, such as the Omegon Monovision, use light that shines up from below. It is a ‘bright field’ transmitted light microscope and perfect for most observing. And to make your trip into the microcosm a real pleasure, the Monovision comes equipped with bright LED lighting which is adjustable to let you choose the right level of brightness.