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Question about recording with a microscope camera

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    I had an Amscope SM-3T for some time now, and I really like it. I ended up ordering a camera for it a little while back, and when i use the camera it blocks one of the eye to use the camera. This set up makes me loose all dept perspective. I don't have the need to upgrade my microscope again, except for this problem. Anybody came up with a creative way to solve this problem without upgrading microscope? Maybe a creative way to set up a cheap digital camera without it being super inconvenient and gimmicky. If not, What is the keyword that will allow me to use the camera and not loose one the the optics while recording for my next microscope purchase?

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    The keyword is simulfocal, or split prism---depending on manufacturer.