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Nikon Microflex
Old 08-10-2012   #1
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Nikon Microflex

won't work with this microscope, will find another microscope to try it out.
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Old 08-10-2012   #2
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Not familiar with the Nikon Microflex - looks lovely. Do you have the manuals? at least the diagrams would help. I was a microscopist for several years (food industry) and my experience was that there would be a separate vertical tube on (compound) scopes where the camera thingy would insert. Selector doodad would switch you from eyes-on to camera-using. I gather the big frosty-funnel thing is for projected viewing to focus.
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Old 10-22-2012   #3
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You need a regular compound microscope, not a stereo microscope such as pictured. WES
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