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Try Ebay--may have to buy the micro aswell but it won't cost much,have you tried the Tasco website in case a free d'load is avail?-kind regards martin r

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You will need to focus in on the slide. There should be 2 1" diameter knobs on either side of the stand, and just to the rear. Those knobs control the height of the stage (where you slide sits). Slowly raise or lower while looking into the eyepiece. At some point something should be see, if the microscope is working properly.

Sometimes it is easiest to start with the lowest magnification. On the outside of the objective (little lenses hanging down that can be rotated) there should be some numbers written on them (usually 4, 10, 40). Those numbers reference your magnification. If you multiply that number by the eyepiece (10) magnification, you will get your total magnification, so start out with your 4x. It will give you the largest field of view, so it is great for finding whatever it is that you are looking for on your slide. It is also the easiest one to get focused. The higher you go in magnification, the smaller the field of view, thereby the more difficult it is focus in on your sample.

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Which is the good spotting scope for higher amount of light?


Bushnell Trophy Xtreme Spotting Scope

Overview

Bushnell Spotting Scope has extra power for extra range; its BaK-4 Porro-prism design delivers magnificent clarity in a traditional design. The multicoated optics ensure maximum light transmission for the brightest and take the images more colorful and clear. If you are searching Bushnell Scope that can be used for different activities, you should consider Bushnell Trophy Xtreme Spotting Scope Review.
The highly refractive BAK4 Porro prisms diminish spherical deviations for increased edge-to-edge sharpness and help progress depth of view. This combination of optics and coatings creates a spotting scope that produces clear, bright, highly contrasted images with the exact color transmission.
The rubber-armor structure stands up to demanding use. This scope is 100% waterproof and fog proof for wet hunting conditions. It also Comprises compact tripod with window mount, compact soft case, and waterproof hard case.
Specifications
  • Brand:Bushnell
  • Viewing Configuration:Straight
  • Magnification:16-48X
  • Power Variability:Variable
  • Objective Diameter:50 mm
  • Close Focus Distance:25 feet
  • Length:13 inches
  • Weight:31.4 ounces
  • Field of View:125-60 feet/1000 yards
  • Eye Relief/Exit Pupil:16 mm/ 3.1-1 mm
  • Optics Coatings:Fully Multi-Coated
  • Glass:BaK-4
  • Focus System:Focus Knob/Single Focus
Feature Analysis
  • Porro Prism Lens
    Though many optics producers keep on trying to transform roof prism lens, Porro prism lenses are more affordable and light-efficient. These Porro prism lenses can display images with better contrast than roof prism variations. This is how Bushnell Spotting Scope is more reliable and affordable for its high-quality performance.
  • 20-60×65 Zoom Magnification
    The wide range of magnification allows user flexibility for long-range view finding. You can observe details with 65x zoom for long range objects. But, you can still enjoy an increased field of view with 20x zoom. This is used when separating the areas for closer zoom viewing later on.
  • 65x Lens Light-Gathering Capability
    This advanced magnification lenses can light gather at long distances. The Bushnell Trophy 20-60x 65mm Waterproof Spotting Scope resolves this issue by designing 65x zoom lens in a way that brings 17% more light than most high-zoom lenses.
    If you fully read Bushnell Trophy Xtreme Spotting Scope Review, it will support you how to setting zoom for longer distances images.
  • Waterproof Construction
    When you go out in nature, this waterproof construction anticipates you about rain or even snow. It is pretty obvious that any liquid that leaks into your scope will detract from the overall image. But many people do not consider the effects of concentration on the inside of the lens.
    This spotting scope is actually water and fog proof not only for outside moisture but also prevents lens fogging from risky temperatures.
  • Fully Multi-Coated Optics
    The multi-coated lenses prevent any reflections in the glass that can delay your view. The sunlight at certain angles can cause reflections from water or wet surfaces that prevent the clear view of the images. That is why; Bushnell uses multi-coated lenses to remove any kind of reflection.
  • Well-designed Equipment
    The tripod often needs to hide from animals, and the scope cases also need to protect their insides from both jostling and the outside elements. The Bushnell Trophy XLT comes with both a hard-side case and a soft side case. The hard side case protects you from outside damage and a soft-side case protect you from a bumpy road when you are riding.

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Where can I get a manual for an unidentified microscope?


Email nikoninstruments(at)nikon(dot)net with some pictures of your microscope and I'll see if we can ID it. Make sure the pics are bright enough and in focus and at a wide enough angle to get a good look at it. Nikon Instruments Microscopes and Imaging Systems

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How do find a replacemnt bulb for this tasco 750 x zoom microscope?


contact tasco.
try ebay for a month (search various combinations of keywords). notify by email.
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Aug 02, 2014 | Tasco 750 Monocular Microscope

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Need information and Instruction Manual for a Vintage Bushnell 300mm camera lens


This is not a zoom lens, it is a fixed focal length of 300mm telephoto, so the focus ring will not slide back and forth, merely rotate. It is also manual focus. If you google it, you may find a manual, but doubtful - best bet is to get a book on basic photography and read up on telephoto lenses there.
Update - allegedly made by Tokina, so should be a reasonable lens.

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I picked up a Bushnell 1200 power microscope at a thrift store without a manual. when I look through the eye piece all ia see is light, nothing that is on the slide. What is the missing link? thanks


You will need to focus in on the slide. There should be 2 1" diameter knobs on either side of the stand, and just to the rear. Those knobs control the height of the stage (where you slide sits). Slowly raise or lower while looking into the eyepiece. At some point something should be see, if the microscope is working properly.

Sometimes it is easiest to start with the lowest magnification. On the outside of the objective (little lenses hanging down that can be rotated) there should be some numbers written on them (usually 4, 10, 40). Those numbers reference your magnification. If you multiply that number by the eyepiece (10) magnification, you will get your total magnification, so start out with your 4x. It will give you the largest field of view, so it is great for finding whatever it is that you are looking for on your slide. It is also the easiest one to get focused. The higher you go in magnification, the smaller the field of view, thereby the more difficult it is focus in on your sample.

Dec 19, 2010 | Tasco 750 Monocular Microscope

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Need operation manual on Discoverer 60 MM Zoom telescope.


All of the manuals for Bushnell are located on this web site. Find your telescope model, and download a free manual.

Look down the page:
http://www.opticsplanet.net/bushnell-warranty.html

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I lost my manual for my 60mm. zoom telescope. How do I get a new one .


Bausch & Lomb Sporting Optics were purchased by Bushnell in the 70's. Bushnell continued with the Discoverer line. Try searching Bushnell online for the product manual. They still have many PDF's of older models that carried the B&L brand on them. Thos branded Bushnell are identical to the B&L model of the same specifications and configuration.

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Manual for a microscope


Try Ebay--may have to buy the micro aswell but it won't cost much,have you tried the Tasco website in case a free d'load is avail?-kind regards martin r

Sep 24, 2008 | Tasco 750 Monocular Microscope

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Manual


I found out that Tasco microscopes have been discontinued quite some time ago. A Company called Bushnell 1-800 423-3537 who gave me the number of ABO 305-859-2010 Tasco microscope 750X # 60750-0 call after 3pm. They do not have my manual but can answer questions or send a similar manual. I have to call back stiil hope this helps. Zoom

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