Observe micro meter with a general-purpose lens

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Observe micro meter with a general-purpose lens

High-resolution, high-magnification microscope costs more than 1 million yen.

This time, we compared micrometers can be observed using a general-purpose lens microscope.

We observed using a glass scale and transmitted illumination to check the resolution.
Three 2μm wide black lines are drawn at the red arrow points.

1. Observed with our high magnification lens (FZ series)
■Observed using the highest magnification (approximately 250x) of our high magnification lens (FZ series)


■Added 2x auxiliary lens to our high magnification lens (FZ series) (approximately 500x)


▼Digital zoom of the blue frame part


2. Observed with our high magnification 4K lens
■Observe at the highest magnification of our high-magnification 4K lens (approximately 250x)


■Added a 2x auxiliary lens to our 4K lens (approximately 500x)


▼Digital zoom of the blue frame part


3.Observed with our ultra-high magnification lens (NSH series)
■The highest magnification of our ultra-high magnification lens (NSH series) (approximately 1400x)

*General-purpose lenses with a magnification of over 1000x will have a greater effect on aberrations, resulting in poor focus.

When observed at around 500x with this NSH lens, it looks like the following.


4. Comparing three lenses at 500x

FZ lens + 2x auxiliary lens


4K lens + 2x auxiliary lens


NSH lens

For details on the high magnification microscope used for this observation and the 2.0x auxiliary lens, please see the product page below.

High magnification USB3.0 microscope
FZ500CS


4K microscope
4K860PT


Ultra high magnification USB microscope
NSH500CSU

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