SKU: GC39-44341

Celestron LCD Digital Microscope II

Built around its 5.0MP CMOS sensor, Celestron's 44341 LCD Digital Microscope II is capable of capturing high-resolution colour images and videos at 30 fps. You can view them on the built-in 3.5" colour LCD display with an effective magnification of up to 400x or (with additional 4x digital zoom) on an external monitor with a magnifying power of up 1600x. Also noteworthy is the 3.5 x 3.5" mechanical stage. The stage features a full X-Y motion control using two precision Vernier micrometres and offers a metal bracket for holding your specimens. To make saving your findings a seamless experience, the LCD module offers an easy-to-use control panel, a 32GB microSD memory slot, and a mini-USB data port. To provide vivid and crisp images, the optics feature achromatic objectives and a bright 8-LED illumination system with adjustable brightness. In addition to digital output, this scope features an AV video out port.

Its construction features an arched frame to serve as a carry handle and a 4 x AA battery compartment for cordless operation in the field. Using four alkaline AA batteries will allow you 3 hours of uninterrupted, cordless operation.

Digital Sensor, Display, and Illumination

5.0MP CMOS sensor

Captures images and 30 fps videos

Effective magnifying power: 10x

3.5" TFT LCD color display

320 x 240 display resolution

Onscreen 4x digital zoom

32GB external memory card slot

Top and bottom LED illumination with adjustable brightness

0.65NA bottom condenser lens

Power: AC adapter or 4 x AA batteries

Optical System

4x, 10x, 40x achromatic objectives

40x, 100x, 400x magnification

160x, 400x, 1600x total magnification with 4x digital zoom

Single motion coarse focusing

Mechanical Stage

3.5 x 3.5" mechanical metal stage

X-Y Vernier precision motion controls

6-position filter wheel

Filters: red, blue, and green

Aperture diaphragms: 1mm, 3mm, and 6mm

Construction Details

Metal frame

180° display module rotation

3-hole click-stop objective turret

Arched back serves as a carry handle

Constructed for cordless operation

Battery compartment for four AA batteries

Dust cover and carry case included

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Product Overview

Built around its 5.0MP CMOS sensor, Celestron's 44341 LCD Digital Microscope II is capable of capturing high-resolution colour images and videos at 30 fps. You can view them on the built-in 3.5" colour LCD display with an effective magnification of up to 400x or (with additional 4x digital zoom) on an external monitor with a magnifying power of up 1600x. Also noteworthy is the 3.5 x 3.5" mechanical stage. The stage features a full X-Y motion control using two precision Vernier micrometres and offers a metal bracket for holding your specimens. To make saving your findings a seamless experience, the LCD module offers an easy-to-use control panel, a 32GB microSD memory slot, and a mini-USB data port. To provide vivid and crisp images, the optics feature achromatic objectives and a bright 8-LED illumination system with adjustable brightness. In addition to digital output, this scope features an AV video out port.

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