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Levenhuk.com » Good to Know » Picture gallery: examples of what you can see with Levenhuk 40L NG, 50L NG and D50L NG Microscopes

Picture gallery: examples of what you can see with Levenhuk 40L NG, 50L NG and D50L NG Microscopes


To start your microscopic study you need to put the prepared slide of your choice on the microscope’s stage and fix it with stage clips. It is recommended to begin with the objective with the lowest magnification and use it to define the area that is going to be thoroughly studied under higher magnifications.

After you have chosen the most interesting area for the observation, you need to make sure that it’s in the very center of the microscope’s field of view (move the slide on the stage if needed). Otherwise the area of interest might appear outside of the field of view after switching to objective lens with higher magnification.

You can always find lots of interesting prepared slides for microscopes in this section of the Levenhuk product catalog.

Levenhuk N10 NG Prepared Slides Set Levenhuk N18 NG Prepared Slides Set
Levenhuk N10 NG Prepared Slides Set Levenhuk N18 NG Prepared Slides Set

The pictures in this gallery were made with Levenhuk D50L NG Digital Microscope and the Levenhuk C35 NG digital camera installed on Levenhuk 40L NG and Levenhuk 50L NG microscopes.


1. Rat's kidney, longitudinal section.

In transmitted light, 80x magnification.

Rat's kidney, longitudinal section, 80x Rat's kidney, longitudinal section, 80x

In transmitted light, 200x magnification.

Rat's kidney, longitudinal section, 200x

2. Section of the pancreas.

In transmitted light, 80x magnification.

Section of the pancreas, 80x

In transmitted light, 200x magnification.

Section of the pancreas, 200x

In transmitted light, 800x magnification.

Section of the pancreas, 800x Section of the pancreas, 800x

3. Hydra.

In transmitted light, 80x magnification.

Hydra, 80x

In transmitted light, 200x magnification.

Hydra, 200x

In transmitted light, 800x magnification.

Hydra, 800x

4. Simple squamous epithelium.

In transmitted light, 80x magnification.

Simple squamous epithelium, 80x

In transmitted light, 200x magnification.

Simple squamous epithelium, 200x

5. Ciliated epithelium section.

In transmitted light, 200x magnification.

Ciliated epithelium section, 200x

In transmitted light, 800x magnification.

Ciliated epithelium section, 800x

6. Stratified squamous epithelium.

In transmitted light, 200x magnification.

Stratified squamous epithelium, 200x

7. Cross-section of the small intestine.

In transmitted light, 200x magnification.

Cross-section of the small intestine, 200x Cross-section of the small intestine, 200x Cross-section of the small intestine, 200x

In transmitted light, 800x magnification.

Cross-section of the small intestine, 800x Cross-section of the small intestine, 800x

8. Section of the compact bone.

In transmitted light, 200x magnification.

Section of the compact bone, 200x

In transmitted light, 800x magnification.

Section of the compact bone, 800x

9. Section of a dog’s tendon.

In transmitted light, 800x magnification.

Section of a dog’s tendon, 800x Section of a dog’s tendon, 800x

10. Human blood cells.

In transmitted light, 800x magnification.

Human blood cells, 800x

11. Fish blood cells.

In transmitted light, 800x magnification.

Fish blood cells, 800x

12. Mitosis in ascaris eggs cells.

In transmitted light, 800x magnification.

Mitosis in ascaris eggs cells, 800x