Bresser Microscope Kit with LCD Screen and Built-In Camera - Resolution: 1600x1200, 800x600 - now £144 delivered @ Conrad Direct using code for new customers (otherwise £159) - HotUKDeals
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The cheapest I can see this elsewhere is £199.95, but its even more expensive at most retailers.

To get this for £144 use discount code: 020302-BE (for new customers)

* MP: 2 MP (interpolate 3,2 MP)
* Sensor Type: 2 MP CMOS Sensor
* Resolution: 1600x1200, 800x600
* Picture format: JPEG
* Video format: AVI
* Objective: 4x, 10x and 40x
* Lighting: LED.

This student microscope features a 8,9 cm (3,5") LCD monitor, which enables several people to examine objects at the same time. The microscope can be used for transmitted light microscopy as well as for limited reflected light microscopy. You can take pictures and even create a movie sequences of your observations. The device includes an integrated card slot for SD cards and also an USB plug. The zoom area is 40 - 400x and the digital zoom area is up to 1600x. The package contains an extensive accessories pack and a convenient nylon bag.
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Included in the delivery:

* 4/10/40 x Objectives
* Cross table with nonius allocation
* USB cable
* Colour filter screen
* Permanent biologics
* Object plates + Glass slides
* Yeast
* Gum
* Media
* Sea salt
* Prawn eggs
* Extensive set incl. cutlery, microtome and prawn incubator
* Carrying case

mmm home grown prawns, I assume thats wat the incubator does.
Don't know much about microscopes but looks interesting.
I saw these in Lidl for less than £50.
Extensive set incl. cutlery...

For eating the prawns - really!
I worked for quite some time with high-end microscopes buy I don't recall this much seafood involvement.

This microscope seems well featured but doesn't have phase-contrast (for viewing unstained materials), nor a 60x lens (anything higher would only be useful for oil-immersion).
The digital zoom will surely be disappointing given that it is only a 2MP camera.

For a much cheaper a simpler introduction to microscopy you may wish to (also) try this $12.69 80x handheld one.

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