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    As you've already figured, you can get everything...

    As you've already figured, you can get everything parfocal for yourself without that broken bit. It just makes it easier and faster for others to change the interpupillary distance without messing...
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    This catalog gives the options: ...

    This catalog gives the options: https://www.olympusamerica.com/seg_industrial/files/industrial_component_guide.pdf

    The Neo SPlans were a sort of transitional objective series, where the epi...
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    I don't have the fluorescence head on my own...

    I don't have the fluorescence head on my own BX40, so am not 100% sure. I'd think so. For my Nikon E600, the cubes have pretty much the same half-mirror but with excitation and viewing filters...
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    Congrats - the BX40 is a terrific scope. You...

    Congrats - the BX40 is a terrific scope. You might even find yourself getting interested in things like chemical crystals under polarization?

    Probably best to sell the mercury lamp and power...
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    You've got the reflected DIC right -- a single...

    You've got the reflected DIC right -- a single prism is used to shear both the epi illumination and then combine it back headed up into the eyepieces. Some Olympus generations used a single sliding...
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    I can likely help if you'll post some pictures of...

    I can likely help if you'll post some pictures of what you have -- along with any questions. Some Vanox scopes were equipped with "short barrel" Olympus metallurgical objectives and the newer (but...
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