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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Celestron Video Screen Microscope

This is the microscope that uses an LCD instead of a standard eyepiece to display objects as small as a protozoan's flagella, a strand of hair, or plant tissue and the fine details of larger items such as coins, stamps, or insects.

The compound microscope uses a built-in 2 MP digital camera to capture still images or videos and displays objects on its 3 1/2" thin-film transistor LCD at 320 x 240 resolution. The three objective lenses (4X, 10X, or 40X) provide magnification from 40X-400X (up to 1600X when used with its 4X digital zoom feature).

Objects can either be illuminated from the top (for solid objects) or from the bottom (for prepared slides) using two separate 6-watt LED light sources that can each be controlled by turning an exposure value knob.

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