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dissecting scopes

Leon Avery leon at EATWORMS.SWMED.EDU
Tue Nov 29 11:57:29 EST 1994

This morning I received mail from Zeiss about my August 26 summary on
dissecting scopes, in which I said that "Zeiss, surprisingly, was
almost invisible".  I've typed in the letter verbatim below.  (It was
paper mail.)

Leon Avery					   (214) 648-2420 (office)
Department of Biochemistry			            -2768 (lab)
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center             -8856 (fax)
5323 Harry Hines Blvd				   leon at eatworms.swmed.edu
Dallas, TX  75235-9038

Dear Dr. Avery,

Your memo on the Internet concerning dissecting scopes has come to my

I would like to do a bit to make Zeiss somewhat less invisible in this
area.  We have four excellent scopes: the low-priced STEMI 1000 and
Stemi 2000 stereomicroscopes; & the research level SV6 and SV II
scopes.  The price levels for these scopes (without documentation or
other accessories) are:

	Stemi 1000	$1,800
	Stemi 2000	$2,300
	SV 6		$3,500
	SV II		$5,000

All these dissecting scopes offer outstanding optics, smooth and
precise controls, high-quality construction, and the fullest range of
accessories to perform all possible manipulations and techniques.

Please consider sharing this information with your associates on the

Sincerely yours,

Irv Toplin
Marketing Services

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