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Microscope With Camera - OM136C 40X-400X Student Compound Microscope with 5.0MP WiFi Digital Camera

+ HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR SCHOOLS
+ Reliable operation with Apple iPhones, iPads and Android devices
+ 5.0MP WiFi or USB (PC-Only) Digital Microscope Camera
+ Highly recommended 'Classic' student microscope
+ 3 magnification levels: 40x, 100x, 400x
+ Coaxial coarse/fine focus for easy use
+ Professional 1.25N.A condenser
+ Rechargeable LED or Halogen illumination
+ Not MAC Compatible via USB.

Included in Bundle:
Microscope Camera: AIR 5.0MP WiFi (PC / MAC) or USB (PC-Only) Digital Microscope Camera

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  • Illumination
  • Digital Megapixels
  • WiFi
  • Dual-Mode

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Digital Megapixels: 5.0 MP
WiFi: Built-In
Dual-Mode: Compound + Digital


Omano Microscopes and Cameras
Omano Microscopes and Cameras

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Summary

The new KoPa AIR digital microscope camera is a USB digital microscope that offers both WiFi and USB live image output with up to 5.0 megapixel USB resolution, and live (40 FPS) streaming WiFi at 1280 x 960 resolution. The camera has a full suite of auto and manual controls in the USB software as well as the free, downloadable KoPa Vision App. The camera works well in USB mode, and really excels in its WiFi capability.

How does a USB microscope work? It’s simple -- microscopes equipped with digital cameras, either integrated into the scope itself or capable of having a digital camera mounted to it through an adapter, have a USB port on their side that allows users to connect the camera to a computer or other device. This allows the image of whatever is being observed to appear on a computer monitor or larger screen, and computer software can often be used to control the digital microscope camera to focus and alter the image further.