Microscopes with Upper Illumination
Illumination system in these microscopes is located above the stage and allows observing non-transparent objects in reflected light.
Excellent optics, modern design, robust body. Experiment kit included. Magnification: 64–1280x.
Sturdy and easy-to-use educational microscope with experiment kit. Magnification: 40-400x.
High quality and reliable microscope for school and university students. Experiment kit included. Magnification: 64–640x.
USB digital microscope with LCD display. Magnification: 20x, 200x, 500x. Digital camera: 5Mpx.
Reliable educational microscope. The kit includes everything needed for first biological experiments. Magnification: 40-800x.
Modern technologies, wide possibilities, user-friendly design. Digital camera and experiment kit included. Magnification: 64–1280x.
Magnification: 40x. Stereo Microscope. Working distance: 75mm
USB digital microscope with professional tripod. Magnification: 10-300x. Digital camera: 5Mpx.
USB digital microscope. Magnification: 20-230x. Digital camera: 2Mpx.
Portable USB digital microscope with LCD display. Magnification: 20x, 200x, 500x. Digital camera: 5Mpx.
Stereo microscope. Binocular head. Magnification: 20-40x
Digital USB microscope with LCD display, a stand and 3mpx digital camera.
Modern microscope for beginning microcosm explorers. Digital camera and experiment kit included. Magnification: 40-400x.
Magnification: 10–200x. Digital USB microscope with a stand and 3mpx digital camera.
Magnification: 40–1000x. Trinocular head, achromatic objective lenses, and an Abbe condenser with an iris diaphragm, and a filter holder
Magnification: 20x. Stereo microscope with 65mm working distance.
Magnification: 10–300x (with a digital zoom: 10–1200x). Digital USB microscope with an LCD screen and a 5M camera
USB digital microscope with tripod. Magnification: 20-400x. Digital camera: 1.3Mpx.
Portable microscope with an LED light. Magnification: 100–150x
Stereo microscope. Binocular head. Magnification: 40x
Portable microscope with an LED light. Magnification: 80–120x
Buy microscopes with top light in Levenhuk online store
Beginning microscope users often ask how they can observe opaque objects with their microscopes. Usually it appears that their microscopes have only lower illumination, which unfortunately makes observing non-transparent objects impossible. That’s why if you want to buy a microscope and intend on observing opaque samples, look for microscopes with upper illumination.
As opaque objects don’t transmit light, they can only be observed in reflected light, meaning that the illumination source of the observing system should be located above the observed sample. Microscopes with an illumination source placed above the stage (and hence above the observed objects) are known as microscopes with upper illumination. The upper light can be built-in or designed as a removable source of light.
Microscopes with upper illumination are especially useful for collectors (for example, you can easily observe coins, stamps or any other object of your passion for collecting), engineers, jewelers, watch-makers, etc. Even if you didn’t recognize yourself from the previous sentence, observing non-transparent samples will still be quite interesting for you. For example, observing things such as paper, sand, cloth, wood and many others is surprisingly entertaining and can lead to useful discoveries.
All microscopes collected in this category come with built-in or removable upper illumination. For more information on the type of supplied upper light source, please refer to the specific product description. Among these models you can also find digital microscopes (with built-in digital camera or camera included in the kit), which allows you to not only study opaque objects of interest, but also take pictures and record videos of your observations.