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The objective lenses, found on the revolving nosepiece, change position to change magnification. This unit has three lenses. The red lens, also known as the scanner, has a magnification power of 4X. The yellow lens, called the low power lens, has a magnification power of 10X. The blue lens, called the high power lens, has a magnification power of 40X.


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