Celestron Deluxe LCD Digital Microscope - 40x-1600x
Celestron LCD Deluxe Digital Microscope
Celestron has developed the first digital LCD microscope with a 3.5ƒ??????????? touch screen panel that is also rotatable 180??? for sharing the view on the screen. Also comes with a built-in digital camera, so you can take snapshots or video using the built-in flash memory or use an optional SD Card and then later upload your images to your computer.
The Celestron LCD Deluxe Digital Microscope is a high quality, professional grade microscope suited for classroom work and independent studies... yet easy enough for the amateur to use and enjoy! Square mechanical stage with dual focus and adjustable top and bottom LED illumination provides the perfect setting for a magnifying power range from 40X to 1600x, with 4X digital zoom capabilities.
Deluxe features include a 6-volt battery pack for field usage, top and bottom adjustable illumination, dual focusing,universal AC Adapter, and more!
Celestron LCD Deluxe Digital Microscope Features
- 3.5" TFT Touch Screen Panel - rotatable 180??? horizontally
- Built-in Digital Camera - 2mp CMOS Sensor
- Image Capture Capability - Snapshots and Video
- Quadruple Nosepiece with 4x/10x/20x/40x Objective Lenses
- 4x Digital Zoom
- Power Range from 40x to 1600x
- 1GB Internal Memory
- SD Card Slot (uses optional SD Cards up to 4GB)
- Mechanical Stage - 3.5" x 3.5" (88mm x 88mm)
- Dual Focus (Coarse and Fine)
- Top and Bottom Adjustable LED Illumination
- Filter Wheel with 3-position Diaphragm
- USB 2.0 Cable (used to upload images to a computer)
- 7 pcs. Prepared Slides
- AC Adapter - Universal 110 to 240 volts with multi-plugs for virtual worldwide usage
- 6-volt (4AA user supplied batteries) battery pack for field use
- Carrying Case
- Weight - 60oz (1.7kg)
Celestron Product Number: 44345
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Is this an atomic force microscope? What I am looking for is a microscope that will allow me to observe the plant genome. Could you suggest such a microscope?
No, this isn't an atomic force microscope. To observe the plant genome you would need an electron microscope at least and probably DNA testing equipment. This is an optical microscope; while being able to magnify 1600 times, it's nowhere near ab