Here I will be comparing 4 microscopes based on their image quality at 100x. They produce very similar results. The large microscoepe is an Olympus CH40, a “doctor’s microscope”, as I once read. I also have an Olympus CH-A which Read More ...
Many recreational activities involve the collecting of items (stamps, rocks and minerals, fossils, stuffed animals and trading cards...). Amateur microscopy also offers something for people who are interested in collecting.
Prices range from about $50 for a toy microscope to about a minimum of US$ 250-300 (EUR 200) for a low cost educational compound microscope.
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