The Ultimate Microscope D200 Review

The Ultimate Microscope D200 Review

The amscope dual view microscope model D200 is often considered to be in a league of its own. It isn’t uncommon for people to question the need for a dual view microscope but it isn’t hard to see the convenience it brings. A dual microscope like the D200 allows for a teacher to show the child what they are looking at through the device itself and that is what makes the D200 so interesting.

This D200 review will teach you all about the conveniences of this model microscope when it comes to sharing views between student and teacher! Before getting into that however, it is good to note that the D200 is encased in an AmSCope T490 body that comes with a splitting prism at the top part of the microscope. This part is what makes the dual view possible!

Now you may be wondering about the quality of the image considering how it will be split up through the prism but you really have nothing to worry about. The image quality is not sacrificed as a result of being split, allowing both teacher and student to have a great image of the specimen they are looking at through the D200 review microscope. The device is also optimally tuned to allow brighter images to be shown despite having less light that would normally occur as a result of the light itself being split while going through the microscope.

Moving on to the features of the D200 review model, it comes at a slight disadvantage as it does not allow for any condensers to be swapped out so you will really be able to gain optimal use out of the device in brightly lit areas. When used for teaching purposes it isn’t hard to see why the D200 review model makes for such a great choice but when more analytics is required or deeper magnification is necessary, the shortcomings of this model soon becomes apparent and higher range models will be a better fit.

One of the other primary features is that users can easily fix a camera by replacing the eyepiece on the D200 review model. This is definitely useful for taking great photos and close up shots at the specimen lying underneath the device. This function will only be useful if you are planning to have more than just one teacher and student view the image under the microscope at the same time and unless the need is there, most users won’t even bother with this feature.

All in all the D200 review microscope is a great choice for teaching purposes and should be considered by both teachers and professionals everywhere.