I am just starting my new hobby of Microscopy to keep exploring for other worlds during the 300 days of cloudy days in the area where I live.
After much research I have purchased a trinocular scope and a DSLR adapter for my Nikon cameras to use with the scope for imaging (still and video); it is the AmScope 40X-2000X LED Trinocular Biological Compound Microscope, White, T490B-LED.
On social media I am advised to spend more and purchase scopes such as Nikon Optiphot or Optiphot 2 or Olympus BH2. I have found refurbished Nikon binocular scopes that can be modified into trinocular for imaging but I am not sure if there are great differences between these higher end (but used and refurbished) scopes and the one I have coming to me in a couple of days.
Focusing with the trinocular is going to be a bit of a different experience, and I have ordered a prepared set of slides so that I can go to work right away and begin learning how to use the scope and the DSLR.
I am interested in your opinions/suggestions, and if you use the same Amscope, what is your experience?
Thanks in advance.