Choosing the right microscope

Choosing the right microscope

Postby ducati » Mon Aug 04, 2014 3:23 pm

Hello Breeders,

I recently joined forum. I read constantly and I love it here! I am a graphic designer and i love marine fish!
Sorry for my broken english. I'm not good in english writing.

I'm starting breeding system and i know it's really hard. I gave orders for books. (by Joyce D Wilkerson & Frank H. Hoff and Terry W. Snell)

My questions,

Where can I get good cultures in USA
Which microscope should I choose? (Is it important?)
I'm find these on ebay. Which one is right microscope for starting or what would you recommend?

300X-600X-1200X Metal Body Kids Student Beginner Biological Microscope Kit $35
Magnifications: 300X, 600X & 1200X.
Body Type: durable metal arm
Illumination: built-in LED light and reflecting mirror.
Eyepiece: holder type single.
Stage: 70 x 65mm.

or..

ADVANCED BOREAL ELECTRONIC COMPOUND STUDENT MICROSCOPE - $70
Full size: 14 1/2"H with 6 1/2"L x 7 1/2"W base
· Inclined 360 degree rotating monocular head
· 10X widefield monocular eyepiece with pointer
· Revolving quad nosepiece with 4X, 10X, 40X, and 100X (oil) DIN objectives
· 40X, 100X, 400X, 1000x magnification


Thanks.
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Re: Choosing the right microscope

Postby Luis A M » Tue Aug 05, 2014 3:24 pm

Welcome! :D
Get a dissection,not a compound microscope. :wink:
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Re: Choosing the right microscope

Postby ducati » Wed Aug 06, 2014 4:53 pm

Thanks :)
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Re: Choosing the right microscope

Postby VBMikr » Mon Aug 11, 2014 8:51 am

I was looking at that microscope, too... if you decide to get it, let us know how it works! Thanks
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