A stereomicroscope (often referred to as a stereoscopic microscope or stereoscope) is an optical microscope with a fixed or adjustable magnifying glass, designed to observe specimens at relatively low magnifications, from 2.5 to 90 times (even up to 300 times). It consists of two separate optical systems, which send one image for each eye. The human brain then combines the two images into a three-dimensional image with increased depth of focus. Stereomicroscopes are used in laboratories for specimen preparation or for the study of objects in the natural sciences. A wide range of models covering all your needs is waiting to be explored below.