Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Images captured with HS2 High School Microscope

HS-2B Binocular Microscope
The Richter Optica HS2 is available as a monocular microscope (HS-2M) or as a binocular microscope (HS-2B). The microscope comes standard with 4x, 10x, and 40x Achromat objective lenses and an optional 100x lens is available on some models. This microscope is used most commonly in high schools.

The images below were all captured using the 40x achromat objective lens that comes on the HS-2 microscopes. A 3 megapixel microscope camera was used to capture the images.




Microscope World image of Tilia under the microscope at 400x.
2-Year Tilia captured at 400x with the HS2 High School Microscope

Microscope World image of monocot and dicot at 400x.
Monocot & Dicot captured at 400x with the HS2 High School Microscope

Microscope World image of plant cells captured at 400x magnification under a high school microscope.
Plant Cells captured at 400x with the HS2 High School Microscope

Contact Microscope World for more information on high school microscope options.