Question about National Optical 131 Monocular Microscope
Hello--I understand that you need at least 600x to view bacteria and some say 1500+ so 40x doesn't seem to be in the right mag. area at all--not sure this helps much.You could purchase a 100x obj. and 10/15x eyepieces but will probably be into oil immersion for the obj.Possibly a 20x eyepiece + a 60x obj will give you a degree of definition.I use a SEBEN Bino with this combi and it gives a small view but not good.kind regards martin r
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
Ya make sure u r not using too much oil,the lens r clean(use toluene for cleaning the oil)
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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