Comparison Microscope is a specialized type of microscope that allows for simultaneous viewing of two separate samples or objects side-by-side. It consists of two separate microscope bodies connected by an optical bridge, which enables the user to view two samples at once, and make comparisons between them. The microscope typically features high magnification and high-resolution optics, allowing for detailed inspection and analysis of small objects and surfaces. It may also include various illumination options, such as LED or fiber optic lighting, to provide bright and clear images of the samples being examined. Comparison Microscopes are commonly used in forensic science, ballistics, and other fields where side-by-side comparisons are necessary for identification and analysis. They are known for their ability to provide accurate and precise comparisons between two samples, helping to identify similarities or differences that might not be visible with a single microscope.