The answer you are looking for is called a dissecting or stereo microscope. These provide a lower magnification range in comparison to compound microscopes and they use two sets of lenses, the eyepiece and the objective lenses. these then provide a 3D image.
A light microscope with two lenses is called a compound microscope. A compound microscope can have magnifying powers of up to 1000 times.
A simple transmission microscope allows the passage of light through an object and then through two or more lenses. It produces an image of a cross-sectional slice of a specimen.
compound light microscope
a compound light microscope
if you are reffering to field of view, its not exactly the amount of specimen, its mainly used to determine how large a specimen is
The part of the microscope is called the Condenser
The opening in the eye which allows light to pass through is called the pupil.
They are called photomicrographs
A darkfield microscope makes the specimen appear light on a dark background. It is an instrument used in light microscopy.
Hysteroscopy is a procedure that allows a physician to look through the vagina and neck of the uterus (cervix) to inspect the cavity of the uterus. A telescopelike instrument called a hysteroscope is used.
Depth of field
taking apart a preserved specimen is called
to generate light, so the specimen can be examined (sends light through base, diaphragm, stage specimen, slide, objective lens, nose-piece, body, body tube, and eyepiece)
It is called conductivity