Super Sharp 3D Images without Hot Spots and Glare
The ideal scope configuration with the Diffuse Axial LED Illuminator for viewing highly specular and shiny surfaces offering flat, even, shadow free illumination across the entire surface, without hot spots and glare.
Crisp Clear 3D Images with Wide Field of View
The SPZ-50 offers the best in class zoom ratio with crisp clear 3D images and wide field of view with 6.7x to 50x continuous zoom with standard 10x eyepieces. The eyepieces provide a constant working distance of 45mm/1.77″ for comfortable viewing, even for operators who require eyeglasses.
This innovative product features two 10x (FN23) eyepieces, and optional 15x (FN15) and 20x (FN11.4) are available to further extend your magnification range. An adjustable Interpupillary Distance of 52 to 75mm provides operators with even more flexibility in their individual applications, and a high eyepoint allows comfortable viewing for all operators, including those who require eyeglasses.
Axial Diffuser Eliminates Hot Spots and Glare
Ideal for looking at highly specular and shiny surfaces. It offers flat, even, shadow free illumination across the entire surface, without hot spots and glare. The illuminator mounts to the objective of the microscope and is powered by an LED light controller with adjustable dimmer. Aperture size is 50 x 50mm.
Lightweight and Compact Stand with Focus Mount
The package includes Aven’s Pole Stand with Focus Mount. The sleekly designed, compact stand has a base size of 220mm x 284 x 15mm, a vertical post length of 255mm, and can be used with the SSZ, SPZ, DSZ, and NSW series. The rack-and-pinion focus mount is 74 mm in diameter and provides fine focus adjustment.
Aven continues to be a leader in stereo microscopy thanks to their commitment to innovation and emphasis on quality and precision. However, stereo microscopes tend to look similar on websites and at trade shows. That’s why Aven has reverse engineered comparable stereo microscopes to illustrate the difference between Aven brand scopes—engineered and designed in Japan—from lower quality microscopes.