Stemi 2000C

QUICK OVERVIEW

Stemi 2000 –Superior through
Zeiss Perfection
Stemi 2000 stereomicroscopes meet your expecta-tions in two respects:
They offer the cost advantage of the Greenough design, while boasting surprising performance features.

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The ultimate in 3D imaging

Thanks to their excellent optics, Stemi 2000 stereo- microscopes provide brilliant, sharp, distortion-free and highly resolved images – even at the important low magnifications.

Spectacular zoom factor of 7.7

If you are keen on minute structures, you will enjoy the 7.7:1 zoom range. Zoom in on details, either continuously or by click stops.

The commanding overview

The wide field of view already offered by the basic configuration lets you overview an object area greater than 35 mm in diameter.
The 0.3x supplementary lens expands this to 118 mm.

A Stemi 2000 triplet

Stemi 2000 comes in three body versions to choose from, depending on your requirements:
• Stemi 2000 for stereoscopic observation only
• Stemi 2000C with photo- or videocamera port and 100/100% beam switch
• Stemi 2000CS with photo- or videocamera port and fixed 50/50% beamsplitter

Modular and flexible

The modular construction of the Stemi 2000 stereomicroscopes with their sensibly designed interfaces permits a broad spectrum of uses.
Select from stands, mounting brackets and stages to configure exactly the stereomicroscope you require.

Light and light are not the same

Allowing epi-, transmitted and mixed illumination techniques in bright- or darkfield, the Stemi 2000
system includes various fiber-optic illuminators and cold-light sources of different wattages to suit different applications.

Inspecting and archiving

The Stemi 2000C and Stemi 2000CS models can be connected with the AxioCam MRc5 digital microscope camera or commercial digital photo-or videocameras. The Stemi 2000CS with its built-
in beamsplitter allows you to do observation and documentation simultaneously.

Stemi 2000 Stereomicroscopes
With built-in Zeiss excellence.

Carl Zeiss Stemi 2000 Stereomicroscopes are indisputably among the best in their class. Their excellence in contrast, depth of field and resolving power makes them the number one choice for inspecting three-dimensional objects in nature and technology, as well as in specimen preparation for research and teaching.

Supplementary lens Eyepiece
Factor Free working
distance (mm)
WPL 10x/23 Br. foc WPL 16x/16 Br. foc W 25x/10 foc
Magnification Object field
(mm)
Magnification Object field
(mm)
Magnification Object field
(mm)
0.3x 285 1.95x …15.0x 118.0 …15.3 3.1x … 24.0x 82.1 …10.7 4.9x … 37.5x 51.3 … 6.7
0.3x …0.5x 234 … 91 1.95x … 25.0x 118.0 … 9.2 3.1x … 40.0x 82.1 … 6.4 4.9x … 68.8x 51.3 … 4.0
0.4x 210 2.6 x … 20.0x 88.5 …11.5 4.2x … 32.0x 61.5 … 8.0 6.5x … 50.0x 38.5 … 5.0
0.63x 130 4.1 x … 31.5x 56.2 … 7.3  6.6x … 50.4x 39.1 … 5.1 10.2x … 78.8x 24.4 … 3.2
none 92 6.5 x … 50.0x 35.4 … 4.6 10.4x … 80.0x 24.6 … 3.2 16.3x …125.0x 15.4 … 2.0
1.25x 60 8.1 x … 62.5x 28.3 … 3.7 13.0x …100.0x 19.7 … 2.6 20.3x …156.3x 12.3 … 1.6
1.6x 48 10.4x … 80.0x 22.1 … 2.9 16.6x …128.0x 15.4 … 2.0 26.0x …200.0x 9.6 … 1.3
2.0x 31 13.0x …100.0x 17.7 … 2.3 20.8x …160.0x 12.3 … 1.6 32.5x …250.0x 7.7 … 1.0