Nikon stereo microscope supports high-contrast images with total reflection prism

April 27, 2010
The SMZ-745T line of trinocular stereo microscopes has 7.5x zoom and total magnification from 3.35x to 300x.

The SMZ-745T line of trinocular stereo microscopes has 7.5x zoom and total magnification from 3.35x to 300x for digital imaging in the industrial and biomedical fields. It includes a camera port and built-in 0.55x C-mount adapter for direct mounting of the company’s digital cameras. A total reflection prism allows bright and high-contrast images.
Nikon Instruments
Melville, NY
www.nikoninstruments.com

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NIKON INSTRUMENTS’ NEW SMZ-745T LINE OF STEREO MICROSCOPES OFFERS HIGHEST ZOOM MAGNIFICATION IN ITS CLASS


MELVILLE, NY – Featuring the highest zoom magnification in its class at 7.5x zoom, Nikon Instruments, Inc. (www.nikoninstruments.com) introduces the new SMZ-745T line of trinocular stereo microscopes. Well-suited for digital imaging in both the industrial and biomedical fields, the SMZ-745T comes equipped with a camera port and a built-in 0.55x c-mount adapter permitting direct mounting of Nikon DS Series Digital Cameras.

By optimizing the design of the greenough optical system, Nikon was able to realize a 7.5x zoom and a total magnification from 3.35x to 300x. With the adoption of the new total reflection prism, the SMZ-745T allows bright and high contrast images to be obtained.

“The SMZ-745T features the superb optical performance expected from our cutting-edge series of stereoscopic zoom microscopes at an affordable price,” said Mike Metzger, General Manager Sales & Marketing at Nikon Instruments. “With this latest addition, the Nikon stereo zoom microscope lineup is even stronger.”

Additionally, the SMZ-745T features a zooming knob equipped with a click stop for each magnification, and a long working distance of 115mm, providing enough room for fabrication and manipulation on the sample. Designed for various applications and environments, the SMZ-745T also offers ESD protection to prevent samples from being damaged by electrostatic discharge. Plus, the anti-mold design in the interior of the zoom body allows the microscope to be used in environments where the temperature and humidity are high.

About Nikon Instruments Inc.
Nikon Instruments, Inc. is a world leader in the development and manufacture of optical and digital imaging technology for biomedical and industrial applications. Now in its 91st year, Nikon provides complete optical systems that offer optimal versatility, performance and productivity. Cutting-edge instruments include microscopes, precision measuring equipment, digital imaging products and software. Nikon Instruments is the microscopy and instrumentation arm of Nikon Inc., the world leader in digital imaging, precision optics and photo imaging technology. For more information, visit www.nikoninstruments.com. Product-related inquiries may be directed to Nikon Instruments at 800-52-NIKON.

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