Nikon Diaphot Inverted
Tissue Culture Microscope
This workhorse tissue culture microscope features advanced optical design for the shortest, most efficient light path. Incorporated as a part of the built-in turret assembly is a focusable Bertrand lens, photomask reticle and dark slide.
Accessories for the microscope include an incubator, a reflected light fluorescence system, and a Nomarski differential interference contrast optical system. Two integral camera ports support photomicrography with a 35 millimeter camera and cinemicrography with digital or analog video cameras. A variety of specimen carriers can be fastened to the stage, which remains stationary during all focusing for ease in micromanipulation. Objectives were the last 160-millimeter tube length variety offered by Nikon before the company advanced to infinity-corrected optics.
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