Used to observe and study small particles or structures.
Used to view samples from below, rather than from above as with a traditional microscope. Inverted microscopes are often used to view samples that are too large or too thick to be viewed with a traditional microscope, such as tissue cultures, organoids, and whole organisms.
Two eyepieces, allow the user to view the sample with both eyes. Binocular microscopes are often preferred over monocular microscopes because they provide a more comfortable and natural viewing experience and may reduce eyestrain.
Similar to binocular microscopes but offer the capability of capturing images of the sample. Often used in scientific research, education, and medical diagnosis, they can be equipped with a range of objectives to magnify the sample at different levels of magnification.