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Images are auto saved when captured. Appropriate for all ages, from young children to older kids in a classroom setting. Not only will children be able to explore the world of microscopy, they will be able to capture and manipulate images and video. I have an older version of this product. Login or create an account to post a review. Sign Up Today Do you love tech deals?

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Diital model has magnifications of 10x, 60x and x and comes with the following accessories: Note that your submission may not appear immediately on our site.

Digital blue qx5 Customer Reviews Sort by: Images resized, no other adjustments. Negatives of this model include: Users can capture specimen images and manipulate them in a variety of ways, making using a microscope both educational and interactive. This improves the ease bleu subject manipulation digital blue qx5 the stage especially at the highest mag. The test subjects below show that the lenses give a good account of themselves.

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The pixel and resolution ratios have been balanced in order to provide as clear an image as possible, no matter what the magnification power is. If megapixel images are required, the QX5 is clearly not suitable and devices digital blue qx5 add a consumer digicam to an optical microscope would be one option. The stated upgrades are: With time lapse, crystal growth video clips are possible, as Brian Darnton has effectively shown with the QX3. As the QX5 is based on the QX3 it’s essentially identical in use.

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This can be a pro or con, depending on whether to want to use your microscope away from your computer. For the user seeking an evenly illuminated capture digital blue qx5 an additional top digital blue qx5 is vital as the side mounted fitted light gives some light fall off.

Making a Slide Show One of the really cool things you can do with your idgital digital blue qx5 to make slide shows for your family and friends. The Digital Blue Microscope is an impressive computerized device with multiple functions.

Scientific understanding changes over time. The QX5 functions at x, a higher resolution that makes for more detailed image and videos.

The video is saved in avi format at 15 digital blue qx5 using Indeo 5. When you are using your microscope on its base, you can use the buttons in the software to capture movies and pictures.

Works well for top lit subjects at all mags or bottom lit at 10x digital blue qx5 60x. Enter text from picture: VGA masters resized to x The software also controls the light source automatically, resulting in the automatic color balance sometimes bleaching images out by making them dkgital light.

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All others trademarks and copyrights mentioned herein are digital blue qx5 property of their respective owners. Digital Blue has a reputation of creating products that capture the imaginations of children and teens, introducing them to fun and exciting worlds like microscopy. For undemanding quick and easy imaging of subjects with gross structure where a screen image is adequate, the QX5 may even fill a useful niche in a professional environment.

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Line 2 External cold light box used as shown above. Click here for full warranty digital blue qx5 support information Digital Blue logos are registered trademarks of Digital Blue.

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However, there may be slight differences in store pricing or inventory compared to what is listed online. To digital blue qx5, this Digital Blue microscope comes with specimen jars, slide tweezers, an eyedropper, slide clips, and even its own stand. Gabbro rock thin section, Open University slide.

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