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Carolina Recommended Microscopes

Use the guide below to narrow your search by microscope type and grade level. If you need additional help making selections, call the Carolina Microscope Department at 800.227.1150 ext 6290, and our staff will happily assist you.

K-5 6-8 9-12 College Laboratory /
Research
What is a compound microscope? Compound microscopes provide high-power magnification with a narrow field of view and a short working distance. They are used to view micro-sized specimens that are thin enough to allow light to pass through them. These include microorganisms, tissue samples, and cells. Specimens must be mounted on a glass or plastic slide prior to viewing. Total magnification usually ranges from 40× to 1,000×. Quick View

Wolfe®Inclined Elementary Microscope Model TT52L

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Wolfe® Introductory Student Microscope, 45° Inclined Head

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Wolfe® LED Advanced Binocular Microscope with Mechanical Stage

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Wolfe® Advanced LED Series Binocular Microscope with 4 Objectives

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Wolfe® Beta Elite Trinocular Microscope

What is a stereomicroscope? Stereomicroscopes, sometimes referred to as dissecting microscopes, provide low-power magnification with a wide field of view. They are used to observe macro-sized specimens such as rocks, fossils, macroorganisms, circuit boards, and the like. Specimens viewed through a stereomicroscope have a 3-D appearance. Total magnification usually ranges from 10× to 40×. Quick View

Wolfe® Student Stereomicroscope 20× and 40×

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Wolfe® Student Stereomicroscope 20× and 40×

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Wolfe® Intermediate LED Stereomicroscope with Dual Magnification 10× and 30×

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Wolfe® Intermediate LED Stereomicroscope

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Wolfe® StereoPro™ Advanced Stereomicroscope

What is a digital compound microscope? A digital compound microscope has all the features of a compound microscope but also has a digital camera built into the head. The camera has USB outputs that connect to your computer and allows students to capture images, produce video clips, measure specimens, and more. Quick View

Celectron® LCD Digital Microscope II

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Wolfe® DigiVu™ 2.0 Cordless Digital Microscope

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Wolfe® DigiVu™ DVM 6.0 Digital Microscope

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Wolfe® DigiVu™ DVM 9.0 Digital Microscope

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Swift® M10T-BTW1-S Digital Screen Microscope

What is a digital stereomicroscope? A digital stereomicroscope has all the features of a stereomicroscope but also has a digital camera built into the head. The camera has USB outputs that connect to your computer and allows students to capture images, produce video clips, measure specimens, and more. Quick View

Wolfe® DigiVu™ DVM 10 Stereomicroscope

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Wolfe® DigiVu™ DVM 10 Stereomicroscope

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Wolfe® DigiVu™ DVM 10 Stereomicroscope

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Wolfe® DigiVu™ DVM 10 Stereomicroscope

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Swift® Zoom Stereomicroscope with Tablet