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Yes. I use the digital imager. Works great.
By J. Renne on July 7, 2014
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18"x11"x7" in a syrofoam container in a box slightly larger...the design of the container is superior to the design of the microscope,
By Phinneus on January 30, 2014
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I believe so, yes it should not be a problem. I've viewed coins before with no issue.
By MOSTAFA MANSOORI on September 25, 2014
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Yes, you can. I've never seen a scope with permanent oculars.
By Dimik on July 5, 2014
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I cannot ship internationally unless the Buyer is willing to cover the ENTIRE cost of shipping.
By cberry82 on November 30, 2015 SELLER
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I,ve had a department store microscope that actually was not bad but the Celestron 44104 blows even that out of the water. I would recoment also getting the Digital eyepeice as well. That way there is no more squinting through the eyepeice. It will allow you to view it on your computer monitor and increases the power t… see more I,ve had a department store microscope that actually was not bad but the Celestron 44104 blows even that out of the water. I would recoment also getting the Digital eyepeice as well. That way there is no more squinting through the eyepeice. It will allow you to view it on your computer monitor and increases the power to 1000X. You can save pictures and video of whatever you look at. With a monitor it,s even bettering viewing than with a bino eyepeice. With mine everything is sturdy and no shaky images even under the highest powers. To answer your question yes it is an excellent microscope for any 7 year old and one that he can grow into for many many years to come. see less
By Jimcool on June 26, 2015
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As I have responded before this is an inferior piece of equipment in everyway possible. What you describe shows that. If you have time left I encourage you to return it. Amazon should have discontinued this long ago. A major disappointment to those ordering it. Originally touted by Amazon as a 1200$ fine lab instrument… see more As I have responded before this is an inferior piece of equipment in everyway possible. What you describe shows that. If you have time left I encourage you to return it. Amazon should have discontinued this long ago. A major disappointment to those ordering it. Originally touted by Amazon as a 1200$ fine lab instrument. So what about it AMAZON why are you still pushing this poorly designed piece of junk? see less
By Phinneus on February 5, 2015
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I gave this as a gift--it did have a manual..Can you write to the maker...?
By S. Mueller on December 25, 2014
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Yes, it should fit into the eye piece slot.
By Hatu on July 5, 2014
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The Power adapter says:
Output is DC 12.OV at 3.3A max
v=volts, A=Amperage

By S. Mueller on May 17, 2014