Double Port
    Installed between the epi-illuminator and the trinocular eyepiece tube, the double port enables the operator to use two CCTV camera systems simultaneously or one CCTV camera and one 35mm camera.

Photomicrographic Equipment

    The Nikon FX-III series features a Direct Projection System. In a major breakthrough, this system supplies 100% of the light to the film plane.
U-IIIR: Auto exposure; 0.1% spot, 1% spot and 35% average metering
H-III:   Auto exposure; 1% spot and 35% average metering
P-III:   Manual exposure

Digital Microscope Camera

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Interferometry Equipment D1/T1

    Configured with the EPI-U Epi-Illuminator, this equipment is effective for checking minute unevenness of a specimen surface by observing the change in light intensity, interferebce colors, or fringes. The Mirau-type interference objectives DI 10x, 20x, 50x - are the simplest to operate on microscopes incorporating double-beam interferometry. This method performs non-contact measurements eliminating the danger of damaging the specimen surface.

    The stage can be tilted in any direction using two knurled screws, enabling convenient varience in width and direction of the interference fringes. The stage also incorporate rotation and X-Y mechanical (Michelso type) motion.

    The use of low-magnification TI intergerence objectives - TI 2.5x and 5x - offers two advantages. One, the working distance is comparatively long and two, a wide field of view can be observed with a large depth of focus. The outstanding feature of these interference objectives is that the center of the reference mirror is on the same optical axis as the objective lens. Brightfield observation can also be performed immediately by inserting a light blocking shield in front of the mirror.

CCTV Adapters


CFN Filar Micrometer Eyepiece 10xA

    The Eyepiece attaches directly to the eyepiece sleeve for exact measurement of speciment sizes in combination with the objectives (10-100x). The actual length (L) can be obtained using this formula: L = reading / magnifing power of the objective.

For more information, call Capra at (508) 650-9700.

Telephone: (508) 650-9700