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HDV-5CAM-3F Allied Electronics, Inc. EXTECH-FLIR COMMERCIAL SYSTEMS Not Provided Camera, Long depth of Field, 5.5MM
MV501112 Tequipment.Net View Solutions Not Provided 10X Metallurgical Objective Lens - 10X Plan achromatic objective, parfocal distance 95mm, working distance 34mm, focal length 21mm, N.A. 0.28. Depth of View:3.5m; Field of View: F2.4mm(F24lens); Resolution: 1m, for DM microscope body.
MV501111 Tequipment.Net View Solutions Not Provided 5X Metallurgical Objective Lens - 5X Plan achromatic objective, parfocal distance 95mm, working distance 44.5mm, focal length 40mm, N.A. 0.13. Depth of View:14m; Field of View: 4.8mm(24lens); Resolution: 2m, for DM microscope body.
Ushims Tequipment.Net Zarbeco Not Provided UShim assortment: Set of four U-shims allows you to lower ; magnification and increase depth of field including the ; ability to capture images at intermediate range magnifications;

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