Optscopes Inverted Microscopes are used for viewing specimens from below, these are manufactured in such a way that the light and condenser are from the top and the objectives are from below.
Inverted microscopes are invaluable in the laboratory for cell analysis. Choosing an inverted microscope requires taking into account the magnification by the objective lenses. A typical inverted microscope comes with three to six objective lenses, which range from 4x to 40x. One may also want to consider accessory equipment, such as a camera, etc.