Primo Star is your digital classroom microscope - designed with long-term use and extreme durability in mind. With Primo Star and the integrated HD streaming camera in conjunction with the iPad Imaging App Labscope from ZEISS, you can connect several microscopes in your classroom to a network. Doing so makes teaching easy and will help your students learn quickly and effortlessly. http://www.zeiss.com/primostar (original video by biocompare.com)
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