Levenhuk Rainbow D2L Digital Microscope Moonstone
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Levenhuk Rainbow D2L 0.3M Digital Microscope, Moonstone is a perfect gift for a schoolkid. This microscope allows you to conduct a variety of interesting experiments with ready-to-use microscope samples, as well as with objects that surround you in your everyday life and attract your interest. Thanks to the digital camera included in the kit, you can also save the results of your studies. Even a beginning researcher can make truly impressive images and videos and share them with friends on Facebook or Instagram.
The lenses are made of a special optical glass of high transparency. All optical surfaces are coated with multiple layers of anti-reflective coating – that’s why the microscope creates sharp, contrast, highly detailed images of observed samples. Three objectives allow you to obtain a wide range of magnification from 40x to 400x. You can easily change magnification by turning the revolving nosepiece.
Digital Camera Features
The microscope comes with a high-quality 0.3Mpx digital camera. The camera needs to be set into the eyepiece tube (instead of an eyepiece) and then connected to the computer using the included USB cable. Enlarged images of observed samples will be displayed on your PC monitor, which is much more convenient then viewing through the microscope eyepiece. Moreover, you will be able to make beautiful pictures and videos of observed samples. Almost any researcher wants to share the results of studies with others – with Levenhuk Rainbow D2L 0.3M Digital Microscope, Moonstone you can easily do that. Diversify Facebook's news feed by posting something truly interesting and informative, like images of magnified sugar crystals or videos of moving Artemia.
A USB cable (included in the kit) is used as camera power supply and for connection with a PC. Compatible OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 (32 and 64 bit).
Observing transparent and opaque samples
The microscope is equipped with two LED illumination systems. Using the lower illumination, you can observe transparent samples such as microorganisms in a water drop or thin slices of plants. The upper illumination allows you to observe opaque objects - leaves, coins, fabric, paper, and more. To observe semi-transparent objects you will need both illuminations. The brightness is adjustable for a better view of a particular sample.