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It doesn't - the current model is LED, and at least the top illumination LED is soldered on to the board. But that said, typical lifetime of an LED in full use is thousands of hours. I think it will see me out! By the way, the whole thing is real well made, and Apex (also Brunel Microscopes) have really helpful people … see more It doesn't - the current model is LED, and at least the top illumination LED is soldered on to the board. But that said, typical lifetime of an LED in full use is thousands of hours. I think it will see me out! By the way, the whole thing is real well made, and Apex (also Brunel Microscopes) have really helpful people answer the phone if you want anything. see less
By Graham on 14 March 2014
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I have the MK1. Great value and quality for amateur user...
By mod on 23 December 2015
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Dear Imani F Natabola
This microscope is NOT suitable for this application. Please email Apex Microscopes and advise what you are wanting the microscope to achieve and we will be happy to help you.
Apexmicros

By Apex Microscopes SELLER on 11 January 2016
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Dear SteveA
Please see page 7 of your manual, it is for focus adjustment (if ever required).
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Dear SteveA
Please see page 7 of your manual, it is for focus adjustment (if ever required).
Regards
Cher
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By Apex Microscopes SELLER on 17 May 2016
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I have not tried one, but I think you want the Apex Minigrab. Should fit one of the eyepiece tubes.
By SotonBirder on 11 April 2014
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No definitely not, it is a dissecting microscope - you would need a compound microscope to see cells.
By Richard Whittet on 08 May 2016
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