Unique ring lights available for forensic microscopes
The microscopes from TAGARNO display 60 frames per second, ensuring a fluid image display and high quality photos that shows every little detail.
When used in combination with a white LED ring light, the microscopes can be used for even more forensic microscopy processes, including serial number restoration. This is due to the LED ring light being grouped into segments that enables criminalists to quickly test multiple different angles of illumination and identify evidence that might not have been immediately visible.
The forensic microscopes also have a near-infrared (NIR) setting and when used in combination with a NIR ring light, the systems are hugely beneficial in both documenting gunshot residue (GSR) patterns on dark or heavily patterned fabric, as well as aiding an examiner in finding and picking individual GSR particles for further analysis with a scanning electron microscope.
Replace multiple systems with multipurpose forensic microscopes
With the high magnification range of the forensic microscopes, 60 frames per second image quality, easy documentation processes and compatibility with various ring lights, the digital systems can be used for a wide variety of forensic microscopy applications and ultimately replace multiple traditional systems typically used for various tasks.
Traditionally, a firearms sections will have a copy stand for documenting guns, a stereo microscope for a quick inspection of class characteristics of fired evidence, and a comparison microscope for critical comparison work. TAGARNO’s microscopes will very nicely fit the role for the copy stand and stereo microscope as a single system with a small footprint.
For maximum flexibility and speed, lenses can be mounted and removed from the forensic microscope via magnetic quick-change kits. This allows the microscope to be used for a wide variety of applications without slowing the process down.