saxon microscopes offer precision and reliability here in Australia. Thanks to its advanced design and features, you have your pick from our range of compound, stereo and digital microscopes. Available to support home, education as well as industry use, scientists of all ages will appreciate the exceptional microscopy experience from a saxon microscope. We have a showroom here in Melbourne, Australia and you are more than welcome to drop by to browse through the range of microscopes we have here.
Our ScienceSmart microscopes are built for young minds to explore the world of microscopy. With straightforward settings that require minimal adjustments, beginners and amatuers will appreciate how easy it is to use this microscope. Solid and user- friendly, ScienceSmart microscopes are a good addition for home and family use.
The Prodigy series is a step up from our ScienceSmart series. Equipped with additional features such as quadruple nosepiece and locater markings, the Prodigy is a favourite amongst researchers and students. The easy to use microscopes are also great for beginners who need the same experience without all the bells and whistles.
The Researcher series are built for advanced microscopy work that allows users to scrutinise samples at every angle with ease. These microscopes come with a trinocular head that provides not only comfort when observing through two eyepieces, but also the opportunity to take pictures and videos of the sample. The Researcher microscopes are perfect for anyone who needs serious microscopy work done.
Stereo microscopes or dissecting microscopes are best used when observing 3D objects or objects that are not mounted on a slide. Our range includes stereo microscopes for high school students, teachers, lab assistant and even farmers. Some microscopes come with a trinocular head which also allows you to take a photo or video of your sample. If you need any assistance choosing a stereo or dissecting microscope, please talk to our friendly staff and we will guide you through to find a suitable one.
Digital microscopes are a great way to take pictures and videos of your specimen. Some biological microscopes come with attached LCD screen so you can do some digital imaging and observe the specimen at the same time; while some other microscopes come with a separate digital camera where you'll need to attach it to the microscope an computer.
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