A new construction of a microscope condenser — supercondenser (3D) based on combined illumination has been offered. The condenser consists of three frontal lenses forming an aplanatic system with a numerical aperture of 1.25.
Supercondenser 3D possesses the following advantages:
It improves the resolving power of the microscope.
It eliminates optical distortions.
It forms a plastic image of a three-dimensional object.
It is simple in use and may be utilized with ordinary microscopes-both for dry or immersion objectives.
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Zselionka, L., Kiss, F. & Barabas, I. A plastic supercondenser (3D). Bull Exp Biol Med 46, 1147–1152 (1958). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00787954
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- Numerical Aperture
- Optical Distortion
- Frontal Lens
- Aplanatic System