Key Features :
Wide Range of Magnifications
By combining built-in 8x zoom optics, which provide from 1x to 8x magnification, with a three-position objective nosepiece, the AZ100 enables observation at the highest magnification ratio of any such device in the world.
Macro Observation by On-axis Viewing
True on-axis observation and image capture are possible in the macro region due to the AZ100's elimination of the traditional stereoscope's angular view of the specimen'
Mono Zoom Mechanism
Stereoscopic microscopes always capture images in a diagonal direction due to the structure of the device. The AZ100, however, captures high-resolution, high-contrast images with on-axis viewing.
The product lineup consists of a reflected-only and a dual-purpose reflected/transmitted illumination stage. The three-plate structure of the stage enables stable operation even for observation at high magnification. They provide superior durability even when supporting heavy industrial samples.
Convenient Aperture Stop
The AZ100 ships complete with an aperture stop that is effective not only for visual observation, but also for the capture of digital images. This aperture stop allows you to freely change contrast and field depth based on your specimen requirements.
Double-coarse/Fine Focusing System
Focusing can be done using either the AZ stand or stage controls. Since the stand section offers an 85mm stroke and the stage section a 10mm stroke, even tall samples can easily be observed. Focusing the stage can be performed easily with up-front table-level controls, without having to put your hands above the sample.
Tilting Eyepiece Tubes
The AZ100 comes standard with eyepiece tubes that tilt from 0° to 30°. This feature enables the optimal eye level for the observer's height and posture as well as the sample height
Nikon has developed two extremely stable dedicated stands: a reflected-only and a dual-purpose reflected/transmitted illumination stand. Even during observation at high magnifications, these stands enable stable, blur-free observation.
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