RE: Wild low power microscopes

Wild became the photo arm of Leitz, and Leitz took over the micro section of Wild.

Terry L Marshall
Rotherham General Hospital, Yorkshire

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Sent: 04 July 2001 14:57
Subject: Wild low power microscopes

Hello Histonetters,

I am writing from amidst the depths of the British Sumer heatwave. My
question is this:

I have a (n antique) low power wild microscope which I would be very pleased
to attach a digital video camera to and transport the images into a
computer, but the c mount (?) housing on this microscope has a square cross
section and the cameras which I have available have round lenses. Does
anybody know of the supplier in the UK of these microscopes? I did a search
on the internet and get the feeling that these are now obsolete.

Many Thanks in Advance,


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