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    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Orange Microscope

    Levenhuk
    Bright, modern and stylish microscope with an experiment kit. Magnification: 64–1280x.
    • Category: Microscope
    • Product ID:
    • Country: PRC, controlled by Levenhuk, Inc. (USA)
    • Warranty: lifetime
    • Weight: 7.1 lb (3.24 kg)
    • Package size (LxWxH): 7.1×15.9×10.6 in (18×40.5×27 cm)
    • Choose color:

      • Orange
      • Lime
      • Azure
      • Amethyst
      • Moonstone
      • #69080
      • #69079
      • #69078
      • #69077
      • #69076
    • $94.95
    • + $24.95 Value Gift (Limited Time Offer)

      + $24.95 Value Gift (Limited Time Offer)

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    See Levenhuk Rainbow Microscopes in action

    Help your kids get higher grades in biology and chemistry classes. Spark their interest in science with Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Orange Microscope! The microscope comes with an excessive kit of additional accessories. It includes ready-to-use microscope slides and tools for making your own samples and for breeding crustaceans–along with many other useful things. It can be successfully used by a school child, student, or even a laboratory technician. Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Orange Microscope has a beautiful colorful design and would be a nice gift for anyone interested in the microcosm!

    High-quality optics
    This microscope model comes with three objectives producing 64x, 160x, and 640x magnification. 40xs objective lens is equipped with a special spring-loaded mechanism, which protects the optics from mechanical damage. If you lower the objective too much and it touches the microscope slide, the spring-loaded lens will retract a little, preventing any possible damage. The kit also includes 2x Barlow lens, which doubles the magnification of any given objective lens. The basic configuration of the model allows you to obtain up to 1280x magnification power!

    The optics are made of high-quality multi-coated optical glass - you will always get clear, sharp, and highly detailed images of observed objects.

    Illumination for observing transparent and opaque objects
    The microscope is equipped with two bright LED illuminators. The lower illumination allows for observing transparent samples in transmitted light – for example, you can observe ciliates, or study the structure of indoor plants. Upper illumination is used for viewing opaque samples such as paper or cloth. If you turn both illumination systems on, you will also be able to observe semi-transparent objects. You can adjust the brightness level to achieve the best viewing results for a particular microscope sample.

    Durable and convenient body
    The durable metal body ensures the microscope’s long service life. It is suitable for individual use at home, as well as for intensive everyday use in schools, colleges, and laboratories. The monocular head is inclined at an angle of 45 degrees for the most comfortable viewing position. Moreover, the head rotates 360 degrees around its axis and can be successfully used for working in a group of people.

    The microscope can be powered through an AC outlet, as well as run on standard AA batteries.

    Caution: Please refer to the specifications table for the correct mains voltage and never attempt to plug a 110V device into 220V outlet and vice versa without using a converter. Remember that mains voltage in the U.S. and Canada is 110V and 220-240V in most European countries.

    Conducting your own experiments
    Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit allows beginning researchers to conduct many interesting experiments on their own. The kit includes ready-to-use microscope samples, a variety of tools for preparing microscope slides, and a very helpful user guide with all necessary information for inexperienced users.

    Convenient case
    The kit also includes a very convenient and durable plastic case. It securely protects the instrument from dust and mechanical damage during transportation and storage.

    Features:

    • Biological microscope with 64–1280x magnification
    • 2x Barlow lens included
    • Available in five bright colors
    • Sturdy and durable body made of metal
    • Upper and lower LED illumination systems
    • Experiment kit included
    • Comes with a handy plastic case

    The kit includes:

    • Microscope
    • Objectives: 4x, 10x and 40xs
    • Eyepiece: WF16x
    • 2x Barlow lens
    • Stage with clips
    • Diaphragm disk
    • Condenser
    • Built-in upper and lower LED illuminations
    • AC adapter
    • 2 AA batteries
    • Plastic case
    • Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit
    • User manual and lifetime warranty

    Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit includes:

    • "Attractive Microscope. Scrutinizing the Microcosm" User Guide
    • Forceps
    • Hatchery for Artemia (brine shrimp, or sea-monkeys)
    • Microtome
    • Flask with yeast
    • Flask with pitch
    • Flask with sea salt
    • Flask with brine shrimp
    • 5 ready-to-use specimens
    • 5 blank slides
    • Dropper
    • Dust cover

    Read this review and find out why Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope deserved Top Ten Reviews Excellence Award 2017.

    You can find reviews on this microscope here at amazon.com and here on YouTube.com.

    You can find a review on Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope here or here at Educents.com.

    Here are examples of what you can see with this microscope.

    Find answers to frequently asked questions about microscopes here.

    Find out how to make your own microscope slides here and here.

    Looking for something to start your observations with? Check Paramecium caudatum

    Some things you can see under a microscope:

    Geranium leaf epidermis under a microscope Cyclops under a microscope Euglena under a microscope Earthworm under a microscope Daphnia under a microscope

    You can find these and many more interesting microscope slides to observe in the Levenhuk Prepared Slides Sets.

    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Orange Microscope is compatible with Levenhuk C NG digital cameras (purchased separately). Levenhuk C NG cameras are installed in the eyepiece tube instead of an eyepiece.




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    Levenhuk Rainbow Microscopes Comparison Table
      Rainbow 2L Rainbow 2L PLUS Rainbow 50L Rainbow 50L PLUS
    Type biological
    Head monocular, inclined 45° monocular, rotatable 360°, inclined 45°
    Body material plastic metal plastic metal
    Magnification, x 40–400 64–640 40–800 64–1280
    Optics material optical glass
    Eyepieces WF10x WF16x WF10x WF16x
    Objectives 4х, 10х, 40х 4х, 10х, 40хs 4х, 10х, 40хs 4х, 10х, 40хs
    Barlow lens no no 2x 2x
    Revolving nosepiece 3 objectives
    Eyepiece tube
    diameter, mm
    23.2
    Stage, mm 90x90, with clips
    Stage moving range,
    using focusing mechanism, mm
    0-15, vertical 0-8, vertical 0-11, vertical 0-11, vertical
    Focus coarse
    Condenser NA 0.65, diaphragm disk (6 apertures)
    Illumination upper and lower LED illumination with adjustable brightness
    Power supply AC adapter or 3 AA batteries AC adapter or 2 AA batteries
    Case no no plastic plastic
    Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit* yes
    * Please note that Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit is supplied without individual packaging.

    Head

    monocular, rotatable 360°, inclined 45°

    Optics material

    optical glass

    Magnification, x

    64–1280

    Eyepiece tube diameter, mm

    23.2

    Eyepieces

    WF16x

    Objectives

    4х, 10х, 40хs (spring)

    Revolving nosepiece

    3 objectives

    Stage, mm

    90x90, with clips

    Stage moving range, using focusing mechanism, mm

    0–11, vertical

    Condenser

    NA 0.65

    Diaphragm

    diaphragm disk (6 apertures)

    Focus

    coarse

    Body material

    metal

    Illumination

    LED

    Brightness adjustment

    yes

    Power supply

    110 V/50 Hz or 2 AA batteries

    Usage

    General use product.
    May be used by kids
    over 3 years old.

    Application

    Hobby, Hobby, Kid’s Education

    Levenhuk Review:

    Read this review and find out why Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope deserved Top Ten Reviews Excellence Award 2017.

    You can find comparative video review of Levenhuk Rainbow and LabZZ M101 microscopes here.

    You can find Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscopes video review here.

    You can find reviews on this microscope here at amazon.com and here on YouTube.com.

    You can find a review on Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope here or here at Educents.com.

    Find video review by Amazon user TorridlyBoredShopper here.

    Here are examples of what you can see with this microscope.

    Find answers to frequently asked questions about microscopes here.

    Find out how to make your own microscope slides here and here.

    Looking for something to start your observations with? Check Paramecium caudatum

    There are no recent reviews available for this product.

    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope - Total: 91 Negative 0 Positive 91


    Alex Young (2017-07-12 11:35): Positive
    Can I see blood moving using this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you can see the blood cells in motion using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope.

    Molly Cruz (2017-07-03 10:17): Positive
    Will the smartphone adapter fit this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk A10 smartphone adapter will fit Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope.

    Alleni Woo (2017-07-03 12:13): Positive
    I’ve seen Paramecium caudatum without tinting it. How come? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You don’t need to tint Paramecium caudatum in order to see it. Tinting is necessary to observe bacteria.

    Glen Hoffman (2017-06-20 10:17): Positive
    Where can I find Paramecium caudatum? Or how can I breed them? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Paramecium caudatum usually lives in freshwater contaminated reservoirs. You can simply get some water from a puddle, tint it and use that water for observations.

    Vernon Burke (2017-06-20 09:28): Positive
    Can I see at least motionless spermatozoa in this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you can see Spermatozoa using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope.

    Sam Lynch (2017-06-19 04:06): Positive
    Can I observe spores of bread for example? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You can observe mold spores using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope.

    Lewis Riley (2017-06-17 02:08): Positive
    I put a drop of water on the slide, then covered it with a cover slip, but couldn't see anything. Why is that? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You will need to tint the water in order to see the microorganisms in it.

    Warren Mathews (2017-06-16 08:50): Positive
    It turns out, I cannot see even small motionless lamblia? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    We can't advise how you will see Giardia using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope, because we do not have this particular sample in our product range.

    Bill Hanson (2017-06-14 09:46): Positive
    Do I only need a slide with central indentation to make a "hanging drop"? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you will need a glass slide with a central indentation and a cover slip.

    Leroy Dunn (2017-06-14 08:50): Positive
    Can I see the division of the Paramecium caudatum in this microscope? Do I necessarily need a slide with the central indentation? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope will be perfect for observing the protozoa. You can use a simple sample slide.

    Randall Fox (2017-06-14 08:32): Positive
    I am 12 and I have had a fancy for microscopy since 6. Which microscope should I choose? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope will be perfect for the whole time that you’re in school.

    Eddie Daniels (2017-06-13 10:28): Positive
    What can I see in this microscope? Can I attach a display to this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope you can see protozoa, bugs, spiders, some blood cells, slides with ready-made samples, thin fruit and leaf cuts, etc. We do not have a microscope display in our product range. You can take a look at a Levenhuk D70L monocular microscope: https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-d70l/. It has a display, but you can also use an eyepiece.

    Chad Moreno (2017-06-13 09:42): Positive
    What is the "hanging drop" method used for? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    A hanging drop is a microscopy method invented by Koch in order to observe living microbes, their activity, reproduction, germination of spores, reaction to chemical stimuli, immune sera (agglutination, lysis), etc.

    Jeff Mills (2017-06-13 09:27): Positive
    In the "Interesting microscope: studying the micro world" book it is said that I need a slide with the central indentation in order to study microorganisms. Levenhuk Customer Service:
    It is easier to do the research using a slide glass with central indentation. But you can use simple ones as well.

    Travis Stone (2017-06-13 09:00): Positive
    I have an "Invisible world" book, but I couldn't find any information about it there. Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Euglena green is in the Protozoa class. You can observe it using a simple slide.

    Vincent Hunt (2017-06-13 05:53): Positive
    Do I need to prepare a "hanging drop" method in order to observe the microorganisms such as Euglena the Green? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You can find out about micro-world research in the "Invisible world" book of knowledge.

    Chris Dixon (2017-06-13 11:54): Positive
    When will you have slides with the central indentation in stock? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Our product range includes slides without central indentation only. The Velvi ¹2 micro-preparations set has a glass slide with central indentation for making "a hanging drop" sample.

    Peter Porter (2017-06-10 04:23): Positive
    Can I see the botulism through this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope is not suitable for botulism research. We suggest taking a look at Levenhuk 320 microscope: https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/

    John Perry (2017-06-09 03:40): Positive
    Can I see at least motionless streptococcus using this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS isn't suitable for such research. You will need a laboratory-type microscope, such as Levenhuk 320 monocular: https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/

    Carl Jordan (2017-06-09 02:08): Positive
    Can I see Salmonella in this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You can see Salmonella using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope.

    Matthew Hamilton (2017-06-09 02:00): Positive
    Can I observe blood cells and milk-acid bacteria in this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    To conduct such research you will need a laboratory-type microscope, such as Levenhuk 320 monocular: https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/

    Kevin Simmons (2017-06-07 04:06): Positive
    Can I buy a separate immersion lens for this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    It isn't possible to fit an immersion lens onto the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope.

    Donald Morgan (2017-06-04 08:03): Positive
    Do I necessarily need to make a "hanging drop" in order to see microorganisms in the water? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You don't need to use the "hanging drop" method to observe microorganisms in the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope. You can simply add some water to the slide.

    Susan Price (2017-06-01 06:14): Positive
    Excuse me, I meant: do I need to pour the water from the river into the glass and then add few drops of the tint? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, this is right.

    Lisa Adams (2017-06-01 04:28): Positive
    You will need to pour the water into the glass and add a few drops of the tint in order to see the Paramecium caudatum Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Thank you so much for your Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope review.

    Edgar Powell (2017-06-01 09:54): Positive
    Do I need to tint the water in order to see the living creatures in a drop of water? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you need to tint the water.

    Nicole Ross (2017-05-31 03:31): Positive
    Where do the dust mites live? I am so keen on seeing tiny mites. Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You can find several species (out of up to 150) living in your flat. Home mites thrive in the human-made home environment. They live in dusty places, furniture fabric, carpeting, mattresses, pillows, stuffed toys, cabinets and clothing boxes. They are also attracted to food, so you can find them nearby.

    Franklin Russel (2017-05-31 11:42): Positive
    I observed a pillow case through this microscope and didn't see any dust mites. What should I do to see the mites, as it was described in the "Invisible World" book? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    There were likely no mites on the pillow case, since no special procedures for observation are needed.

    Cecil Wood (2017-05-31 09:57): Positive
    Good afternoon. The set includes x16 eyepiece. Can I use the one with the larger magnification? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The larger magnification isn't suitable for the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope. Exceeding the maximum magnification results into poor picture quality and resolution.

    Ron Sullivan (2017-05-30 09:00): Positive
    Can I use Levenhuk 50L 10x eyepiece without 2x Barlow lens? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you can use Levenhuk Rainbow eyepiece without a Barlow lens.

    Isaac Moreno (2017-05-29 03:29): Positive
    Can I see erythrocytes moving? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The Levenhuk 320 monocular microscope will be perfect for observing erythrocyte movements

    Andrew Simpson (2017-05-28 09:24): Positive
    Which microscope is better, this one or BioMed 1 with immersion lens? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Microscope Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone is better due to its larger magnification capacity, the top illumination and a lifetime warranty. Immersion lenses are not included in either set.

    Rachel Freeman (2017-05-28 01:49): Positive
    I bought an "Invisible world" book. It is said there that I can see mites using a powerful microscope. Is this microscope powerful enough? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you can see mites in the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope

    Alan Webb (2017-05-27 07:56): Positive
    What can I study using this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    With Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope you can observe ready-made slides or your own samples, protozoa, thin cuts of leaves and fruit skin, insects; human blood.

    Tom Murray (2017-05-25 08:39): Positive
    Can I see dust mites in this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you can see dust mites using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope.

    Roland Gibson (2017-05-25 07:13): Positive
    Sorry, I meant to say, can I see yeast moving? Thank you Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope is suitable for these purposes.

    Brad Cole (2017-05-24 08:15): Positive
    I need a microscope to observe animal mites. Which microscope should I choose? (minimum 1000x magnification) Thank you Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS is suitable for observing mites. We also suggest taking a look at the laboratory-type Levenhuk 320 monocular microscope.

    Ben Griffin (2017-05-24 07:25): Positive
    Can I see subacute mites and other mites? My cat's ear mites? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You can see different types of mites using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope.

    Fred Stevens (2017-05-21 12:06): Positive
    Do I need an upper illumination to see the dust mites? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you need an upper illumination to see the dust mite.

    Craig Hamilton (2017-05-18 01:58): Positive
    Do I need to tint the water? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you should tint the water as well.

    Jimmy Wallace (2017-05-17 08:42): Positive
    How can I see the dust mite in the dust? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    We recommend buying the book of knowledge "Invisible World", https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/accessories/levenhuk-knowledge-book-invisible-world/. You will find a lot of useful information about the micro world in there.

    Steve Russel (2017-05-17 02:26): Positive
    How can I observe the dust mites? And what equipment is needed? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You will need a glass slide, a cover slip and a field mite . You need to clamp it between the two glasses and place under the lens.

    Howard Ross (2017-05-17 02:25): Positive
    How can I make a "hanging drop" to observe the bacteria in the water? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Hanging drop is a method of microscopy involving studying living bacteria under physiological growth conditions; it allows you to observe the object for a long time. To prepare a hanging drop you need to take the cover glass with tweezers, put it in the fire and cool down. Then weigh a drop of the sample in an isotonic solution of sodium chloride and apply to the center of the glass. Then the cover glass is rapidly turned downward and placed on a sterile slide glass; the edges of the well that is polished in the middle of the glass are pre-lubricated with petroleum jelly. Then you put a slide glass on the coverslip and flip them: the drop is hanging in a hermetically sealed space (see the picture). Find the drop at a low magnification and narrowed diaphragm and then study the sample at a higher magnification. Use a melted and cooled to t ° 45 ° agar instead of an isotonic sodium chloride solution in order to limit the mobility of the microorganisms.

    Fred Powell (2017-05-15 09:27): Positive
    Could you tell me please, are the lenses par focal? And the glass achromatic? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope has a parfocal design. The optics are achromatic.

    Drake (2017-05-14 07:59): Positive
    Which microscope (under 200$) should I buy for a 14-year-old boy? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The following models will be perfect for a teenager of 14: Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope, https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-50l-plus-moonstone/; Levenhuk Rainbow D50L PLUS, 2 megapixels, Moonstone, https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-d50l/ .

    Walter Peterson (2017-05-12 10:00): Positive
    Are the dust mites moving? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, the dust mites are moving. You can clearly see them moving using Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope.

    Timothy Rogers (2017-05-08 07:53): Positive
    Can a 50L+ microscope be equipped with a separate camera to see the image on a computer screen? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope can be upgraded with a camera. Also, have a look at Levenhuk Rainbow D50L PLUS, 2 megapixels, Moonstone

    Lex (2017-04-19 06:24): Positive
    Which microscope will be more interesting for an 11-year-old child, this one or Levenhuk 320? Im more inclined to choose Levenhuk 320 precisely because it makes it possible to look at transparent and non-transparent objects. Levenhuk Customer Service:
    1280x magnification of the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope will be quite enough for a child. This model is perfect for first observations.

    Elajah (2017-04-12 12:31): Positive
    Did I understood everything correctly? the camera is present, isnt it? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope is not supplied with a camera. A 2-megapixel camera comes with a Levenhuk Rainbow D50L PLUS Microscope, https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-d50l/.

    Ariel Sherman (2017-02-23 04:45): Positive
    How to turn the condenser? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The condenser is a wheel located under the stage; just move it right-left to change the angle of illumination.

    Ariel Sherman (2017-02-23 02:26): Positive
    Where is the condenser and how to adjust it? What's with the wheel in the bottom of the microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The condenser is a small lens system and is located under the microscope stage. The condenser allows you to collect and send more light, in order to change the angle of light you need to turn the condenser. At the base of the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope, there are two wheels located on the right and on the left that serve to turn off the top or bottom illumination.

    Kit Wise (2017-02-15 07:11): Positive
    Hello, tell me if is this model suitable for hydrobiological analysis of flora and fauna of sewage sludge? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    For your purposes, we recommend Levenhuk 320 Biological Microscope (https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/) or Levenhuk 625 Biological Microscope (https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-625/).

    Dan Olsen (2017-02-13 09:56): Positive
    what focusing mode does this microscope have: coarse of fine? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone model has coarse focusing.

    John Morran (2017-01-31 06:25): Positive
    Good afternoon, can I see dust mites through this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope allows you to observe dust mites.

    John Morran (2017-01-30 12:07): Positive
    Good afternoon! Tell me if I can see paramecium caudatum in this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope allows you to observe protozoa.

    Susan Grant (2017-01-28 05:56): Positive
    And what do the lines with the inscriptions 20, 40... on the Barlow lens mean? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    These lines indicate magnification.

    Richard Winston (2017-01-28 09:52): Positive
    Can you see bacteria in this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope is perfect for observing protozoa. For observations of bacteria, you can use Levenhuk 320 Biological Microscope - https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/.

    Ariel Sherman (2017-01-17 02:50): Positive
    And why different colors of the microscope have different descriptions? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscopes differ only in colors.

    Ariel Sherman (2017-01-17 02:18): Positive
    What is a Barlow lens used for? how does it work? I know that if, for example, I use a 40x lens, then I get 400x magnification… Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Barlow lens gives you an extra magnification. 400x magnification is achieved by using a 40x lens with a 10x eyepiece. Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope comes with a 16x eyepiece. Therefore, 16x eyepiece * 40x lens = 640x. 2x Barlow lens will provide 1280x magnification power.

    Ariel Sherman (2017-01-17 02:12): Positive
    Can you see chromosomes, erythrocytes, bacteria, nerves, and protozoa in this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, Levenhuk 320 Biological Microscope is perfect for your purposes.

    Sara Fleming (2017-01-14 09:39): Positive
    Good afternoon! Does the microscope kit include a slide with a recess? I can not find it, but it is necessary. Thank you. Levenhuk Customer Service:
    No, Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope comes with standard slides.

    Lee Paul (2017-01-01 08:53): Positive
    Why I didn't find camera, software for windows, and usb cable in the kit? And there were 2 batteries instead of 3… Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope is not equipped with a camera, digital camera comes with the Levenhuk Rainbow D50L PLUS model (https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-d50l/). The information on the website is correct: the microscope comes with 2 AA batteries.

    Felix Beasley (2016-12-28 02:27): Positive
    Tell me please if there's any significant difference in image quality between LEVENHUK Rainbow 50L and LEVENHUK Rainbow 50L PLUS? I've just read comments and it seems that 1280x magnification isn't that useful... you can't observe bacteria and images may get blurry. What objects will I be able to see with the PLUS model that won't be seen with 50l microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The difference in quality won't be very significant. The advanced 50L PLUS model will give you a more detailed view.

    Allan Santos (2016-12-23 07:38): Positive
    Should I buy something in addition to this microscope? Or everything needed is included? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope comes with everything needed for your first observations and experiments. We also recommend that you pay attention to our prepared slides sets - https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/accessories/experiment-kits/.

    Isabella Campos (2016-12-18 02:51): Positive
    Hello! I recently got this microscope. When I install 4x and 10x objectives, everything is good. But not with a 40x one. I can't see anything but black dots. I tried to move the stage in all possible ways, but nothing happened. What am I doing wrong? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    When you observe at high magnifications with Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS or any other microscope, the field of view becomes much narrower. Therefore it becomes harder to locate a sample. Always start from the lowest magnification - you will be able to easily locate, center, and focus the view. Then incrementally switch to higher increases to see more detailed views.

    Katina Humphrey (2016-12-14 05:48): Positive
    and what should I do if I need lower magnifications? Like 10x or 20x? This microscope minimum magnification is 64x, right? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope provides 64x minimum magnification. You won't be able to get 10x or 20x magnifications with this model.

    Jerry Steele (2016-12-12 09:12): Positive
    What is a hatchery for artemia used for? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    It is used for growing Artemia.

    Reyna (2016-12-12 01:22): Positive
    Will I be able to replace eyepieces and objectives in order to increase magnification? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    No, you won't be able to replace eyepieces and objectives on the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope.

    Ted Olson (2016-12-10 01:55): Positive
    As far as I know, bacteria can be observed at 1000x magnification... and this microscope features 1280x maximum power. So why you tell that this microscope isn't suited for this purpose? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    At maximum magnification image quality may be slightly decreased, therefore we recommend using a laboratory microscope for observations of bacteria. For example, Levenhuk 320 Biological Microscope - https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/.

    jorge (2016-12-06 04:42): Positive
    hi, where are the instructions to use the experiment kit? thanks Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Dear Jorge, thank you for your inquiry. You can find descriptions of all experiments inside the "Attractive Microscope. Scrutinizing the Microcosm" User Guide. Is there any additional information you might need?

    Jerry Steele (2016-12-02 03:33): Positive
    If this microscope won't be able to show bacteria, then what other things can be seen at 1280x? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope will help you to observe ready-to-use and individually prepared microscope slides, protozoa, thin slices, insects, human blood.

    Jenny Jones (2016-11-28 06:56): Positive
    Can I see organisms moving? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, with Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone you can see the movement of microorganisms.

    Dan Orson (2016-11-26 10:35): Positive
    Can I see bacteria with this one? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope is not suitable for this purpose, please consider a laboratory microscope, for example, Levenhuk 320 Microscope here - https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/

    Valery Green (2016-11-25 07:06): Positive
    Hello, how can a child take a picture of what is seen through the microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, you can take pictures using a special digital camera for microscopes. You can find all available Levenhuk cameras here - https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/accessories/microscope-cameras/

    Beatrice Carney (2016-10-27 12:51): Positive
    what is the model's maximum useful magnification? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The maximum useful magnification of Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope is 1280x.

    Mathew Reed (2016-10-17 06:36): Positive
    what material is the microscope made of? how can I obtain 64x power? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope is made of metal. It comes with eyepieces and objectives that will give you needed magnification: 16x eyepiece * 4x objective = 64x magnification.

    Eleanor Owens (2016-10-12 04:12): Positive
    how can I upgrade this microscope to obtain 1600x magnification? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope is not designed to produce such powerful magnifications. Please consider Levenhuk 320 Biological Microscope (https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/).

    Eleanor Owens (2016-10-12 03:52): Positive
    Will I be able to see bacteria through this microscope? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone model is more suitable for observation of protozoa. For viewing bacteria we recommend Levenhuk 320 Biological Microscope (https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/).

    Eleanor Owens (2016-10-09 10:51): Positive
    hello! What 16x lens would you recommend? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope comes with a 16x objective lens. The kit also includes three more lenses: 4x, 10x, and 40xs (spring-loaded).

    Eleanor Owens (2016-10-09 10:42): Positive
    Can I observe bacteria through this instrument? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS model won't allow you to observe bacteria. You will need a laboratory model, for example Levenhuk 320 Biological Microscope (https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/).

    Marcos Huber (2016-10-09 04:50): Positive
    Hello! I'm thinking of buying this microscope for my daughter. But I'm not sure if this model allows for viewing moving objects, for example microorganisms in a drop of water from a puddle, maybe bacteria... Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope won't show you bacteria as it doesn't have enough power for this purpose. You will need a laboratory microscope, for example Levenhuk 320 Biological Microscope (https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/). Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS model allows for viewing moving microorganisms, for example Paramecium caudatum.

    Valerie Vang (2016-10-08 02:04): Positive
    Greetings! Will I be able to see dust mites, microorganisms, bacteria, and ciliates? What are the advantages of the 320 model over 50L PLUS? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope allows you to observe dust mites, microorganisms, and ciliates. To see bacteria you'll need a laboratory model, for example Levenhuk 320 Biological Microscope (https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-320/). Levenhuk 320 model features more powerful magnification of 40-1600x.

    Ivan Gill (2016-09-06 10:19): Positive
    Can I use this microscope without a PC? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope is not a digital model therefore it doesn't require PC connection. If you are looking for a digital model, please consider Levenhuk Rainbow D50L PLUS 2M Digital Microscope, Moonstone (https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-d50l/). Or you can also look for a separate digital camera in this section (you can install it on you optical microscope): https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/accessories/microscope-cameras/.

    Jay Espinoza (2016-07-24 01:14): Positive
    Hello! Is Barlow lens included in the kit? (asking cause I don't see it in the pictures...) Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Yes, Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope comes with a Barlow lens. It is installed in the eyepiece tube.

    Clark Santiago (2016-06-30 09:17): Positive
    so I won't be able to see blood cells? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    You will be able to see blood cells with the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope. But for more detailed viewing, we would recommend buying a laboratory microscope - https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/usage-lab/

    Susan Stone (2016-05-07 10:44): Positive
    A quote from the description - ''Levenhuk D50L PLUS model is a quality digital microscope designed for photography and video making.'' There's nothing about the camera in the kit contents or specification table. So is it included or not? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    The kit of the Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope doesn't include digital camera. Camera is included with Levenhuk Rainbow D50L PLUS 2M Digital Microscope, Moonstone - https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/microscopes/levenhuk-d50l/

    Kristy (2016-04-16 01:38): Positive
    Can I study bacteria contained in a soil with this device? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    With Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope you can observe living organisms in a soil. To see bacteria you will need a more powerful microscope of laboratory type.

    Ben Leach (2016-04-08 08:12): Positive
    what does coarse focus mean? And what's the difference between this microscope model and Levenhuk 50L NG? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Coarse focus - the rough focus knob moves the objective lens toward or away from the specimen. The new and improved Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS series is the logical continuation of the Levenhuk 50L NG line. Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS microscope features built-in upper illumination and powerful 64x-1280x magnification.

    Angela King (2016-03-30 12:39): Positive
    If compare this microscope with Levenhuk 320 model, what are the advantages of the latter one? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk 320 is a laboratory microscope. It has a higher magnification power, produces sharper images. The model allows for viewing both plant and animal cells. You can also observe blood and microorganisms in liquids. Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Microscope is an educational model. Its advantages: combined illumination, experiment kit, convenient case for storage and transportation. Combined illumination allows you to observe transparent, as well as opaque objects.

    Leslie Hudson (2016-03-17 08:43): Positive
    The kit includes blank glass slides, pitch, but doesn't include cover slips... what's the point? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone microscope comes with Levenhuk K50 Experiment Kit that includes everything needed for independent research. Cover slips are required for storage. You can also order Levenhuk G100 Cover Slips, 100 pcs separately on this page - https://www.levenhuk.com/catalogue/accessories/levenhuk-g100-cover-slips/.

    Ricky Duarte (2016-03-01 12:05): Positive
    What is the material of microscope body? Metal or plastic? how does this microscope differ from Levenhuk 50L NG? Levenhuk Customer Service:
    Levenhuk Rainbow 50L PLUS Moonstone Microscope is made of metal. It features modified body design and upper illumination system.
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