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New Stereomicroscope to Help Solving Crimes
11.03.2009 12:48
New Stereomicroscope to Help Solving Crimes

Russian criminal investigators start introducing new stereomicroscopes with digital recording system, aimed at increasing clearance rate.
      
      New stereomicroscopes incorporate special lighting system and optical circuit for investigation of a variety of crime evidence: from weapons to documents and banknotes.
      
      The lighting system consists of circular light source, providing shadow less illumination, and a number of lighters for illuminating objects in different directions and at different angles.
      
      The lighting system allows observing structure of objects surface and finding little scratches or reading pressed text. Moreover,
      
      Source: RIA Novosti


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