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Levenhuk microscope in famous TV show

02.26.2016

Dear visitors!

We have some exciting news to share with you today! The Levenhuk D70L Microscope was spotted in an episode in the third season of the famous European TV series, 'Crossing Lines'. In this crime drama our wonderful Levenhuk D70L digital microscope helps a special team of professionals catch criminals and bring them to justice. You can see our silver screen star in this excerpt from the series.

The device, of course, is great not only for solving crimes, but also for more usual everyday tasks such as learning, working, and entertaining. Levenhuk D70L is a quality digital microscope with a large color display and connectivity to a PC. It is perfectly suited for school and university studies in biology and microphotography. This model is equipped with two built-in LED illuminations, and therefore allows for observing both transparent and opaque samples. It creates sharp and bright views throughout the whole field of view. As you can see, this microscope is equally great for personal and professional use.

If you already own a Levenhuk D70L, it is certainly nice to know that your microscope is a big TV star! If not, then hurry to learn more about this instrument by visiting the product description page. Feel like a professional investigator with Levenhuk!


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