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DD50NLC 0.5 X C-Mount Camera Adapter for Nikon/Leitz 38MM ISO Photo Ports
DD50NLC 0.5 X C-Mount for Nikon/Leitz Microscopes
 
Microscope adapter for mounting C-mount cameras onto Nikon, Wild, and Leica microscopes with 38 mm photoports. The DD50NLC is a low profile adapter with an effective magnification of 0.5x, suitable for cameras with 1/2" format sensors.

This adapter is compatible with the following microscopes:
Leica DMIL
Leica MS5, MZ6, MZ8, MZ12, MZAPO with 38 mm ISO photoport
Leica GZ6 with 13410302 phototube
Leica M420 (old style with 38 mm photoport)
Leica Dialux, Laborlux, Ortholux, Orthoplan, Diaplan, Ergolux, Aristoplan, Aristomet, Metalux, Metalloplan
Leica Diavert, Labovert, Fluovert, Metallovert
Nikon Optiphot-2, Optiphot 100S, 150, 200, 300, Labophot-2, Alphaphot-2, Eclipse series(for 38 mm photoport when phototube is removed)
Nikon E200, 400, 600 (with Y-T TV tube)
Nikon E800, E1000 (with video tube for C-mount)
Nikon SMZ-U, SMZ10A, SMZ800, SMZ1000, SMZ1500
Nikon Diaphot 300/200, Eclipse TE200/300 sideport, TS100-F
Nikon TE2000 S, U&E sideport
Epiphot 300/200
Nikon MM40/MM60
Wild stereos with removable phototube that reveals 38 mm phototube, including M3, M5, M7, M8, M10
To confirm that the adapter will fit your needs, please visit the SPOT Imaging Adapter Selector Guide or contact our product support group for assistance.
Our Price: $549.00

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Availability: This item is discontinued and no longer available
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0.5x C-mount adapter


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