Motic Stereo Microscopes
Whether you’re looking to dissect or inspect, Motic stereo microscopes offer the accuracy and quality your application requires. You’ll be shocked at how many features fit into your budget.
Archeologists to circuit board inspectors use the flexible range of features, like the CMO optical system (Common Main Objective) or a 4-position turret, in Motic stereo microscopes. Plus, get additional offerings like:
A 5-year warranty
Motic guarantees the quality of its instruments for 5 years from the date of purchase.
Swap out eyepieces or add polarizing accessories to your Motic stereo microscope so you can tackle every task in your lab.
Models like the Motic K-500L offer CMO-level optics within a Greenough budget. Motic accessory add-ons allow you to pay for only the features you need, packing value into your budget.
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Motic’s SMZ181 stereo microscope is ideal for industrial and educational applications. They feature a large zoom ratio, making this microscope flexible enough to help users thrive in a wide range of applications. Extend the magnification up to 180X by adding an auxiliary lens. Working with contrast methods? Add on optional accessories to complete polarization or darkfield microscopy.
Need to work on your samples while they’re under magnification? The SMZ-168 offers the classic “dissection” style microscope for researchers, vets, or educators that require a wide base and a large zoom range, allowing them to easily manipulate their samples. To insert your findings directly into a report or to easily collaborate with colleagues, combine your SMZ-168 with a Motic camera.
Ideal for anyone digging into quality control or biomedicine research work, Motic’s SMZ-171 stereo microscope showcases impressive 3D images with magnification ranging from 7.5X-50X. The SMZ-171’s unique click-stop feature makes it easy to reproduce magnifications, creating a seamless workflow throughout your day in the lab. Motic’s SMZ-171 is available with or without illumination.
Motic’s K Series stereo microscopes deliver parfocal images without the distortion that other stereo microscopes bring. These K Series microscopes are highly customizable with a wide selection of stands, additional lenses, and swappable light sources.
Working in biological or material science applications? Motic’s K-400 microscope is powered by a CMO system, making it ideal for routine or research purposes, and allows for easy documentation with an add-on photo tube.
Motic’s K-700L microscope uses optical zoom in combination with a variety of accessories, making it one of the most versatile microscopes on the market. Users can expand the microscope system to a maximum magnification of 198X or a maximum field of view of 127.8mm, depending on their application. Working with large specimens? The K-700L has the option of a boom stand that allows you to zoom in and out on your sample with ease and without sacrificing clarity.
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