- Brand Name: Celestron
- Model: 44308
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The Celestron Handheld Digital Microscope Pro is an easy to use, low-power microscope with a 5.0 MP sensor for capturing photos and video of your discoveries. At low magnification, the Handheld Digital Microscope Pro is ideal for viewing stamps, coins, bugs, plants, rocks, skin, gems, circuit boards, and more. You can even view traditional slides at high magnification.
Create high-resolution images, VGA quality video, and time-lapse animations using the included Micro Capture Pro software. You can also take accurate measurements and make notes on your specimens using this intuitive software. An adjustable LED illuminator ensures your specimens are clear and bright, while the fully adjustable, professional stand allows for steady shots even at high magnification.
Intended for the discriminating hobbyist or professional, the Handheld Digital Microscope Pro is well suited for jobs such as entomology, industrial quality control, component inspection, medical investigation, scientific research, and forensics documentation—just to name a few.
I opted for the much less expensive 2MP model.
I immediately downloaded the latest software version from the Celestron website and was shocked to find that Windows 7 still did not recognize the device.
The camera takes 1.3 MP images that are not very detailed and fuzzy, the 5 MP setting is the same resolution as the 1.3 MP only it is larger image.
This microscope does what it was designed for but boy is the software slow to respond. Hope Celestron comes out with faster software.Published 15 minutes ago by Pat McPherson
This is a nice viewer to observe coins but the lighting is situated so it gives a lot of reflection and many details like lettering and date look doubled. The camera takes 1. Read morePublished 23 days ago by DAVE Sr
I just bought this item and I am very pleased. I collect ancient coins and I attempt to clean and identify them. This is so much better than a magnifying glass. Read morePublished 1 month ago by B. Brandon
OUTSTANDING! I USE IT TO VIEW WATCH MOVEMENTS. SOME SAY "ITS A TOY". THAT DEPENDS ON WHO USES IT. JUST RIGHT FOR MY WORK.Published 1 month ago by pvl
What great digital microscope, easy to install and use. I am teaching about seeds and plants, but I wanted to add more than what the text gives me to use. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sandra C. Meredith
Pros: Inexpensive, Good field of view, ability to save uncompressed images ( from Windows app supplied ), easy to modify (for wider field of view), helpful tech support. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paul Hilton
Good value for the money, but adding "Pro" to the name is over reach. Nice made as it is, this is definitely an amateur level piece of equipment.Published 1 month ago by Clifton Patrick
The video and picture quality of this Microscope is excellent. The key to great focusing is to set the approximate height, then use the course focus knob to dial it in. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ken L.
I purchased one unit for each of two grandchildren ages 6 and 8. I watched children line up to view everyday objects under the camera. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Will Hayes