Topcon Aquila Hybrid Microscope – The Eye Opener

Topcon Aquila hybrid microscope

It’s a long long time ago when I played with a microscope. It was in my high school’s laboratory when I got the biology class. It’s a funtastic time and I love it that way. But I’ve never played it again after my first year at the university, It’s because my major was not related it. So what’s the point? I don’t know either. I just get a news release covering a new microscope that reminds me to the old school time, that’s it. Of course the new microscope boasts more advance technology, no question.

Enough talks, Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) has introduced the Aquila hybrid microscope to the North American market. Do you live in the territory? If yes, you can try and see the microscope magnifies from 30x in optical mode, to 50,000x as an scanning electron microscope (SEM). So what’s else it can do? Here the complete list are:

  • All-in-one design. No separate pumps or computers
  • Optical navigation map for fast target acquisition and re-positioning
  • Point-and-position image and rotation control
  • Easy imaging and file management
  • Full annotation control including size, angle and distance measurement
  • Extremely portable, 0.3m2 footprint
  • Easy sample loading; no tools or screws required

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