Don Schaeffer wrote:
Thanks Sippy. The stereo microscope is the last outpost of this world. Slightly higher magnification takes you to the outer reaches of another earth. Documenting the edge of this world, before entering the next, can be very valuable. Have fun.
Thanks, Don. I use the stereo microscope to inspect my insect specimens and to aid in cleaning and staging them for which it works quite well. I realize that a compound microscope is intended to be used with small, thin, and translucent specimens where light can be used to illuminate through them and I've got my eye out on eBay should a bargain come around. The game is afoot..!