Celestron LCD Digital Microscope II
The professional-level Celestron LCD Digital Microscope II is a biological LCD microscope at an affordable price.
With fully achromatic lens objectives, a mechanical stage, 3.5” full colour TFT screen and 5 MP CMOS sensor, the LCD Digital Microscope II allows for high-resolution imaging of specimen slides. The microscope even includes a 1 GB SD card, enough storage to capture over 600 high-resolution images for lab reports, papers, lesson, and more.
From 40x magnification up to 1600x with digital zoom, the LCD Digital Microscope II is ideal for viewing a range of cellular specimens on slides, like most traditional microscopes. The LCD screen rotates 180 degrees so you can easily share your discoveries with others. For an even bigger audience, use the TV output to display on a television or projector.
Great for the discriminating professional or serious hobbyist, the LCD Digital Microscope II is ideal for labs, schools and research institutions.
1GB SD card
Rugged canvas carrying case with shoulder strap
5 prepared slides
4 plug, multi-country AC adapter
Full colour 3.5" TFT LCD screen with onboard software
Built-in 5MP digital camera captures high-resolution images and 30fps SD video of your specimen
Fully adjustable mechanical stage for easy slide movement
180-degree rotating head for easy sharing of images
Rotating objective lens turret 3 lens powers: 4x, 10x, and 40x
Camera sensor acts as 10x eyepiece lens, yielding 40x, 100x, and 400x powers
4x digital zoom for magnification up to 1600x
Measuring reticle for comparing specimen sizes
Imaging Sensor: 5.0 MP CMOS, 10x magnification in lieu of eyepiece
Continuous Video (VGA): Yes, 30 fps
Objective Nosepiece: 3 position with click stop
Illumination: Upper and lower, built-in adjustable LEDs
Stage: Fully mechanical with metal clips, 3.5 in x 3.5 in (88 mm x 88 mm)
Dimensions: 170 mm x 140 mm x 330 mm (6.7 in x 5.5 in x 13 in)
Weight: 56 oz, 1600 g
Filter Wheel: 6 position – red, blue, green, 1 mm, 3 mm, 6 mm aperture
Course Focuser: Yes – smooth, single motion