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Bausch and Lomb 1960's style Comparison Microscope

 

Bausch and Lomb 1960's style Comparison Microscope. The microscope is capable of looking at two specimens at the same time via the right/ left microscope stands and the right/ left viewing tubes. The objectives are matched pairs of 6X, 10X, 43X. It has 10X eyepieces, substage condensers with diaphragms, centerable field diaphragms, and two separate variable lamp intensity controls. The optical bodies are both have camera ports to accommodate cameras, both bodies are capable of zoom magnification up to 2X. The images can be rotated through 360 degrees independently. THIS SCOPE IS NOT A BALLISTICS MICROSCOPE.


Any other information we can obtain to add to this? Was it used for medical or industrial use?  Anyone have a catalog showing this unit?- thanks ... the editor...
 

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