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A stereo microscope, also known as a dissecting microscope, offers a unique three-dimensional view of objects using reflected light. With its magnification range of about 10x to 50x, it suits a variety of tasks. Its parts include the stereo head holding adjustable eyepieces, a diopter setting to reduce eye strain, dual objective lenses for magnification, and a focus knob for sharp images. Stage clips secure specimens on a stage plate, and the microscope often has both top and bottom lighting. This versatile tool finds application in biology, botany, electronics, and paleontology, providing detailed surface examination and facilitating hands-on work with specimens.