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The microscope was invented in 1590 by Hans Lippershey and Zacharias Jannsen in the Netherlands, although glass was being used to make the human eye see farther since the 1st century

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What is the other types of microscope ? how do they differ from a compound microscope ?


Compound Microscope
  • Compound microscopes can be found in most biology and science classrooms. They are electrically operated and use light to enhance the image of a cell. They will have multiple lenses for viewing.
Dissecting Microscope
  • Dissecting microscopes are also known as stereo microscopes. They have low magnification and are also light powered. These microscopes can view objects larger than what a compound microscope is able to handle, in three dimensions.
SEM
  • A Scanning Electron Microscope uses electrons instead of light to create an image. These microscopes produce three-dimensional images with high resolution and magnification. They also have a larger depth of focus.
TEM
  • Transmission Electron Microscopes use electrons instead of light to create an image. The material prepared must be very thin. The beams of electrons that pass through it give the viewer high magnification and resolution. These give two-dimensional images.

Jul 03, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I have an Olympus PME microscopewith a 35mm camera(bayonet fit)Can I fit a digital camera here instead? Thank you.


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be sure all connection and ports match with the existing Olympus.

melnavz

Aug 04, 2008 | Cameras

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I have lost my software disk for QX5 digital blue microscope we are a school and have a mix of computers xp vista windows 7 what do i do?


Here are the links to the available downloads from Digital Blue:


QX5/Smithsonian Computer Microscope Drivers for WIN ME, 2000, XP, Vista 32-Bit

Download Drivers



QX5 V2 Computer Microscope Drivers for Windows Vista 64-Bit

Download for Windows Vista 64-Bit



QX5 V2 Computer Microscope Drivers for Windows 7

Download Windows 7 32-Bit

Download Windows 7 64-Bit



QX3, QX5 V1, QX5 V2 Computer Microscope for Mac OSX 10.4-10.6

Visit Webpage for Download



QX5 Computer Microscope V1 Video Codecs for 32 bit versions of Vista/Windows 7

Download Codecs

Feb 23, 2011 | Digital Blue QX5 Microscope

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We lost them!)))


Here are the links to the available downloads from Digital Blue:


QX5/Smithsonian Computer Microscope Drivers for WIN ME, 2000, XP, Vista 32-Bit

Download Drivers


QX5 V2 Computer Microscope Drivers for Windows Vista 64-Bit

Download for Windows Vista 64-Bit


QX5 V2 Computer Microscope Drivers for Windows 7

Download Windows 7 32-Bit

Download Windows 7 64-Bit

QX3, QX5 V1, QX5 V2 Computer Microscope for Mac OSX 10.4-10.6

Visit Webpage for Download


QX5 Computer Microscope V1 Video Codecs for 32 bit versions of Vista/Windows 7

Download Codecs

Feb 18, 2011 | Digital Blue QX5 Microscope

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I need the softw for microscope qx5, i am of Chiapas Mexico thankyou


Here are the links to the available downloads from Digital Blue:


QX5/Smithsonian Computer Microscope Drivers for WIN ME, 2000, XP, Vista 32-Bit

Download Drivers


QX5 V2 Computer Microscope Drivers for Windows Vista 64-Bit

Download for Windows Vista 64-Bit


QX5 V2 Computer Microscope Drivers for Windows 7

Download Windows 7 32-Bit

Download Windows 7 64-Bit

Oct 14, 2010 | Digital Blue QX5 Microscope

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Hi - is it possible to remove the lens from an Olympus C-7070 camera? I want to try to fit it on to an inverted microscope with a bayonet fitting. Thanks, Paul


The lens is not designed to be removed and the camera will not function if you do manage to do so as it will report a lens error. To avoid this will involve bypassing various microswitches, simulating missing inputs and making other custom modifications to your camera. It's not impossible but you'll be on your own with the modifications, adapting and inventing as you go.

Ideally you either need a suitable SLR with an adaptor, or a camera which will accept an adaptor onto the front filter fitting (not all compacts and bridge cameras have them though).

You'd best contact Olympus directly for suggestions: they're a major microscope manufacturer and have always had the best solutions for using their cameras with microscopes. They have in the past produced a surprising number of microscope adapters for their models and have often produced special versions of their cameras designed solely for use with microscopes, endoscopes and similar non-standard applications.

Aug 24, 2010 | Olympus C-180 1.70x Lens Converter

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Have bought a second hand qx5 with no instructions. Can you tell me where I can get the instructions from please?


The Quick Start Guide can be downloaded here:

QX5 Computer Microscope



Here are the links to the available downloads from Digital Blue:


QX5/Smithsonian Computer Microscope Drivers for WIN ME, 2000, XP, Vista 32-Bit

Download Drivers


QX5 V2 Computer Microscope Drivers for Windows Vista 64-Bit

Download for Windows Vista 64-Bit


QX5 V2 Computer Microscope Drivers for Windows 7

Download Windows 7 32-Bit

Download Windows 7 64-Bit


QX3, QX5 V1, QX5 V2 Computer Microscope for Mac OSX 10.4-10.6

Visit Webpage for Download


Aug 07, 2010 | Digital Blue QX5 Microscope

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Radical Microscope for Christmas...no user manual


You don't need a specific microscope manual for that microscope, any old microscopy guide will do as at that level, all microscopes work pretty much the same way. Enjoy.

Dec 27, 2009 | Science & Laboratory

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I didn't get any software with my QX5 digital microscope. Where can I download the driver


Here are the links to the available downloads from Digital Blue:


QX5/Smithsonian Computer Microscope Drivers for WIN ME, 2000, XP, Vista 32-Bit

Download Drivers


QX5 V2 Computer Microscope Drivers for Windows Vista 64-Bit

Download for Windows Vista 64-Bit


QX5 V2 Computer Microscope Drivers for Windows 7

Download Windows 7 32-Bit

Download Windows 7 64-Bit


QX3, QX5 V1, QX5 V2 Computer Microscope for Mac OSX 10.4-10.6

Visit Webpage for Download

Jun 29, 2009 | Digital Blue QX5 Microscope

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I own a MRJ-03 Premiere microscope with the a bad electric board. How can I get spare parts for it? abnernm@hotmail.com


I have the same problem and can't find parts anywhere. Premiere Microscopes doesn't answer their phone or return calls and their customer service email keeps rejecting everything I send. Please let me know too if there are parts available for this microscope.

Robbie.Dietrich@gmail.com

May 08, 2009 | Premiere Microscopes MRJ-03 Microscope

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