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2000003 : Digital 1000 Microscope
Product #: 2000003
A Videocamera is Built Into The Traditional Microscope Chassis
Boreal rugged, die-cast metal body microscopes have a high resolution camera housed in the head and one power supply runs both the microscope and the camera.
The included user-friendly Motic image editing software lets you capture images in JPG, TIFF, MIG and BMP formats, and movies in AVI format.
You can also program regular interval times to capture images, perform photo editing, record a video, measure objects, label structures, compare side-by-side or superimposed images, amalgamate images, and record audio.
Digital microscopes can connect to a computer via a USB port, while Digital/Analog microscopes can connect to both a computer via a USB port and a TV for simultaneous classroom viewing and image capture.
Each microscope comes with all connecting cables. 100–120 VAC with a 5' 6" three-wire cord.
Camera: 1/2" CMOS; 1.3 million pixels (1280 x 1024); 30 frames/sec
Full size: 14"H with 7"L x 5 1/2"W base
Inclined monocular head
10X widefield eyepiece
Revolving quad nosepiece with 4X, 10X and 40XR achromatic objectives
Built-in mechanical stage, 5 1/2" x 5 1/4"
Separate coarse and fine focus controls with slip clutch
1.25 N.A. Abbe condenser with iris diaphragm
Built-in 15 W halogen illumination with variable intensity control
Mac: OSX, including Leopard, USB 2.0
Windows: Windows 2000, XP, and Vista, USB 2.0