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- adj. Describing an optical device in which light is reflected by (rather than traversing) the object being observed
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Magis 400 is supplied with an episcopic front ring light system that provides a light source for the manual inspection of the tool tip/insert on the screen.
Light Source Power Levels - Choosing the appropriate light source for investigations in optical microscopy is highly dependent upon the illumination strategy (transmitted or episcopic), specimen parameters, microscope configuration, and the detector sensitivity.
Bright / dark field episcopic illumination, DIC illumination, fluorescence illumination and polarizing illumination are also possible.