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Nikon Expand Range of Stereo Zoom Microscopes

The Nikon SMZ range of stereo zoom microscopes has been further extended with the launch of the new SMZ445 and SMZ460 models. With fixed inclination angles of 45 and 60 degrees, these latest additions provide a new entry-point into the high quality optical performance that defines the SMZ range.

In standard format, the SMZ445 offers a total magnification range of 8x to 35x and has a working distance of 100mm. This can be extended to 4x to 70x by changing the eyepieces and selecting an auxiliary objective. Comparable figures for the SMZ460 are 7x to 30x, extendable to 3.5x to 60x.

The SMZ 645/660, part of the SMZ range of stereo zoom microscopes from Nikon Instruments.

Compact yet robust, both models feature lightweight porro prism optics and have ESD protection to prevent electrostatic damage to samples.

With the addition of these two new models, the user can harness the quality of Nikon ultra-high performance optics for application requiring anything from a 4.3:1 up to a 15:1 zoom ration.

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