Look at specimens under a microscope to examine details that are difficult or impossible to see with the naked eye. You can zoom in or out to view the sample at specific magnification levels.
Sometimes known as low-power or dissecting microscopes, stereo microscopes produce a 3D image. They have lights that illuminate specimens from above and below, and their large stage is ideal for viewing big specimens.
These microscopes have a camera that displays images of the specimen on a monitor so that multiple people can view the images at the same time.
Also known as high-power or biological microscopes, compound microscopes let you view cells, cultures, and other specimens that can not be seen with the naked eye.