trinocular

trinocular

(traɪˈnɒkjʊlə)
adj
(Microbiology) of or relating to a binocular microscope having a lens for photographic recording while direct visual observation is taking place
[C20: from tri- + (bi)nocular]
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The macro zoom lens provides directly to an HD monitor, and the universal c-mount is compatible with most standard inspection lenses or trinocular microscopes.
These tablet/cameras are easily connected to any trinocular microscope with a C-mount connector and other included adapters.
This compact all-in-one camera attaches to any microscope trinocular head with C-mount threading.
The System 273 binocular and 373 trinocular microscopes offer 25% greater magnification, 15% greater field of view, and 20% greater working distance than traditional models.
A standard trinocular video port, field and aperture diaphragms and a co-axial mechanical stage travel of 4.0 in.
Monocular, binocular or trinocular stereoscopic viewing systems can be supplied as an 'off the shelf' package or as part of a customised OEM solution.
The microscope series is available with either a binocular or trinocular (50/50 light split) viewing head, a center-able nosepiece and a bright, white 5-W LED illuminator.
The device mounts directly onto any microscope trinocular head with C-mount threading.
Built with a solid cast aluminum frame, the LX-31 also features a standard trinocular video port, field and aperture diaphragms and a co-axial mechanical stage with 4.0 in.