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  • Awesome Tool!

    posted by Matutemdq

    Easy to use, Excelent quality for that price.
    Neither a toy for children, nor a professional piece of work. It is a very interesting tool that guarantees a lot of fun. Ideal for students, teachers, science workers or curious fans of microcosm. It could be used to work in various tasks with some little limitations: 1)is impossible to know what level of zoom is used, which might be a problem if you need precision for your job.2)The focus works synchronously with zoom, but thanks to the manoeuvrability of the support (very flexible and resistent) this problem is manually solved.Good quality of video and easy to install the software (in one minute is installed and working). Eight powerful and regulable leds. Good capture software with complete menu of camera options such as negative, color filters, guides, etc.
    I think it is highly recommended if you are not thinking of a very very professional use.
  • Expensive, light and useful if you need it for work

    posted by qianhuiwenyi

    Does not look cheap but not as expensive as it actually costs.Very light, might be a con for some!Great graphics.Works with Ubuntu!
    Just ordered mini USB to female USB adaptor so I can try this with iPad 3 and Samsung note II. If this works then this microscope is officially mobile compatible. I can't imagine why it wouldn't , since most the iPhone / iPad series offers camera connection kit, which means the internal software should allow it to function like a camera attachment as soon as it is connected. But since I don't have a USB that can directly connect this to my mobile device, I have yet to test out this theory.
    Will update once I receive my other orders in a month. If you need a relatively affordable picture capable microscope that is compatible with most platforms and doesn't look cheap, this would be it.
  • Works, cheap, fun

    posted by gjbloom

    It's cheap and it works straight out of the box. The free-standing form makes it possible to peer into places you couldn't get a traditional bench-top microscope. The built-in LED illumination is very convenient.
    I compared the magnification and resolution I get using this microscope against what is possible using the macro zoom of my Panasonic Lumix TS2 camera. The macro zoom of the TS2 provides almost the same magnification, at much better resolution and color. Of course, it costs about 10x as much as this USB microscope. And you can't stick it in your mouth to get pictures of your fillings like you can with the microscope.
    Fun toy that might come in handy some time. You might as well get one.
  • Does not work with Mac OX

    posted by tfkinsora

    Decent quality image with Windows. Seems to provide fairly sharp images. Capture camera is a nice feature.
    Really needed it for my Mac, didn't want to open Windows 7 on my mac every time I want to use it. There is a 5mp version of the same scope on another site for $79, and it does work with Mac.
  • Cool gadget for the geek

    posted by DrIng

    Easy to use, just plug and click the red button to start.Amazing pictures, I've calculated the minimum size which you can see and it's about 1,20 micrometers. You can take pictures easily and record video. The LEDs help very much at the moment of taking pictures. I use it for viewing details at electronics circuit boards which it's hard to do when you solder SMD.
    The price it's right for what you get, it's not a cellular microscope which you will see nanometers but you still get to see pretty cool stuff at the micrometer scale (you can see stains on hair for example), and it's pretty cool to have it as a picture on your pc. Also is very portable.
    Cool gift for a science loving kid, also for the passionate engineer which loves soldering new electronic boards and see how common things get weird at micrometer scale.

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