Advanced Student Microscope with "Free" Digital camera!
Reefer's Digi-Microscope is a unique tool that enables reefers to view microscopic world. It allows them to view hard objects (corals, leafs, worms etc.) as well as microscope slides. Attached digital camera allows them to take snap shots, or record video of phenomenon to view and share.
Software provided with the camera allow them to save and edit pictures in many different formats. These pictures can be saved and shared with other reefers to discuss any issues or problems that might be occurring in their reef tanks. This microscope is equipped with two LED illumination sources. It shines light on the hard objects to view them in the microscope and shines light from the bottom through the microscope slides. It requires three AA batteries to operate. This unit offers a slide preparation set and instructions for preparing slides. A great tool to have fun and enjoy your hobby to its depths!
Microscope Features :
* 10X Eyepiece
* 4X, 10X, 40X objectives
* 40X, 100X, & 400X magnification
* Real optical glass lenses
* Dual focusing knobs
* 2-LED lights, above & below
* uses 3-AA batteries ( not included)
- Vinyl dust cover
- 5 blank slides
- 1 concavity (well) slide
- 4 prepared slides
- 2 bottles of stain
- and more
Microscope Digital Camera (Included)
- 640 x 480 Resolution
- Automatic light contrast and fine focus
- Compatible with windows 98 and up
- USB port connection
- Built in 10X lens
- Ulead Photo Explorer CD included
- 30 mm adapter suitable for stereo microscopes.
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For the price this is a good microscope Review by gkirkpat
I am a physician, so during training I used my microscope extensively. 40 years ago my microscope cost 600 dollars. I can only imagine what a professional scope costs today. In comparison this scope gives images that are a little blurred or distorted, but perfectly good for use looking at organisms in aquarium water. I enjoy looking at my computer screen instead of bending over the eyepiece. (Posted on 11/7/2011)