Adjustable focus and LEDs (both manual, so you have to have a steady hand).
Bysameyee USB Digital Microscope 40X to 1000X, 8 LED Magnification Endoscope Camera with Carrying Case & Metal Stand, Compatible for Android Windows 7 8 10 Linux Mac
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- Capture, Record & Measure: Connected this handheld microscope to devices, you can capture screenshot image and even record a video with installed software. Please note that the measurement software only works for WINDOWS user.
- Wide Range of Application: Bysameyee USB microscope is a useful & funny tools for kids, students, engineers, inventors, collectors to magnify the micro things like coins, skin, PCB, hairs, etc.
- Strong Compatibility: Mac OS X 10.5, Windows XP, Linux kernels 2.6.26 and above, Android phones with OTG function. (How to check OTG? Download the free app"USB OTG Checker"). This microscope doesn't work with iPhone/iPad.
- Light Adjustable: Built-in 8 LED lights, you can control the light brightness easily with the LED dimming wire control knob. Shine through a diffuser, the LED light is soft and not dazzling across the object being viewed.
- Easy to Use & Carry: Install the software, plug in to your device, now you can explore the microscopic world with this microscope camera. Metal stand, OTG adapter, ruler, driver & carrying case are provided for multi-purpose application.
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Note: Focus Wheel can be used on ALL devices. But SNAP and ZOOM button can be only recognized on the Windows system as the software was written by our company,
and the android APP (mac system doesn’t need software) is common in the market so it can’t recognize the SNAP and ZOOM command.
Amcap is a professional window software designed for windows XP/vista/7/8/10.
You can get the package from CD or contract us for the downloading link.
Win10 users can use the system built-in webcam for this microscope.
Mac users can run "Photo Booth" to use this microscope directly.
There is a software called “Quick Camera” which can work on this microscope too.
Please search “OTG View” on google play to get the app installation.
This microscope can be used with the default Camera app that comes with Chrome.
Raspberry Pi: Working with the current version of Raspbian Jessie.
Focus Range: from 1mm to 90mm
Frame Rate: Max 30f/s under 600 Lux Brightness
Magnification Ratio: 40x to 1000x
Video format: AVI
Photo format: JPEG or BMP
Light source: 8 LED (adjustable by control wheel)
PC interface: USB2.0
Power source: 5V DC from the USB port
Operation system: Windows 7 8 10/Vista/XP/2000, Mac OS X 10.5 or above, some of Android mobiles, Linux, Chrome(not supported for iPhone/iPad)
1x USB/MicroUSB/USB-C 3in1 Microscope
1x Carrying case
1x Type C adapter
1x Metal Tripod
1x CD Driver
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Adjustable focus and LEDs (both manual, so you have to have a steady hand).
I removed the driver that was loaded from the installer and let windows pick the driver. Which seemed to correct the ! exclamation point in the device manager.
The Amcap software continued to present an error.
I did some googling and someone recommended using the built-in "Camera" app in Windows 10. I tried this and it worked perfectly.
After using the Windows Camera app, the Amcap software magically worked, too. Whatever.
The device creates pretty low res (640x480) images (compared to modern digital cameras) but it works perfectly for what I bought it for - examining old coins.
The features on this model are rather limited but it has a nice built-in macro light that is adjustable and the images snaps I've taken are fine for what I wanted.
I see other models of USB microscope selling for upwards of $500 - I don't need that.
The only thing I don't like is that I can't get it to show me the entire coin in the veiwer but for $20 I really can't complain too much.
When the bug hit me, all I had at my disposal was an old plastic lenses, 2X Loupe. Quickly I realized that was woefully inadequate and began searching for something better. First as the 20X loupe. Awesome but very limiting and going back and forth between the two loupes often gave me motion sickness and horrible neck and head pains. I shopped around and bought and returned many items before I started looking into both standard and digital microscopes.
Being on a fixed income, most of what I saw was well out of my price range to try and justify spending for a "maybe" hobby. I just was unable to take such risky leap into the unknown. When I came across the "bysameyee" USB Microscope with included case and stand for only $21.95 I eventually came to the decision to just go ahead and order it. This really was just such a great entry level price point and although I did see some unfavorable reviews regarding the stand, I have no regrets.
What I like about "bysameyee" is it is everything they claim it to be. Their Software is very easy (and free) to use. Specific uploads for specific devices, I was quickly and easily able to get the scope to hook up to my Android phone,(which I can connect wirelessly to my 52" T.V) My Chrome book and Win 8.1 Laptop, also connectable to the TV. NO issues whatsoever. The Microscopes cable offers regular USB style with a nice little flip up connector end that fits your phone and an additional 3rd style separate adapter piece that I have not needed but have just in case. Both the "Amcap" and the "Cooling Tech" software's are easy to use. Mostly I just use the "Amcap" photo capture s.w. on the laptop. In the "options" tab of that s.w. , you can go into the "video capture filter" tab where you can enable zoom function or leave that off and select different "filter" options which can be very helpful, especially with newer "shiny" coins.
What I don't like: Not much really, I was expecting it to be less than more and I just don't think I have any reason to be dissatisfied with my purchase. So where is it' limitations? First you will read up that the stand "sucks"... For what I am doing, I have found it can be difficult to get it focused under higher magnifications just because is so light, just thinking about the focus can cause it to wiggle. What I do is set it where like you see in the pics, the most of the coin I can see at once is probably seen best with the "AMER" photo, I put the edge of my laptop so it rests on the base of the scopes stand, then I use a piece of paper to slide the coins around under the lenses.
The LED lights are really only on or off, not much of a graduation there but I can elect to turn off the LED's and direct sunlight or other light source when needed. One thing that can be difficult to determine sometimes is doubling due to reflection of shiny, well plated coins. One trick I quickly found was to view the same suspect areas from different angles. Viewed from one direction you might think you see doubling but as you shift the viewing angle you will see the reflections shift. Also, the 20x loupe is another quick way to double check what you thought was going to be the big one. This get's easier to deal with and recognize with a little practice.
You can see in the pics, especially with well circulated samples, there is more than enough detail and depth to quickly spot any errors or differences. Now this is NOT a 5mp or better scope, so sometimes it can be difficult to actually get down "into" some of the cracks and crevices, especially with trying to use the light weight stand BUT I didn't buy this for the stand and the manufacturer does offer a big discount on a better stand, that if they had included initially, would have driven up the price point beyond what I may have been willing to pay. I wanted an "entry level" digital scope at a reasonable price and am very pleased with what I received.
If you have any interest in digital scopes but are unsure about just how much scope you really need, I highly recommend giving this one a try, and get the one with the case too, I think that was maybe $2 more but it sure comes in handy holding more than just the scope. NOW, while this may NOT be the $500 plus microscope that one day I hope to trade for some penny I find , this is the scope I will find that penny with!
Lastly, Customer Service: Awesome! I only contacted them to inquire about their Big Discount offer on the Better stand. Terrence happened to be on vacation initially but still got back to me in a timely enough fashion that I truly expect would be even quicker for the next person. Also, sometimes it can be difficult with language barriers when trying to read directions or communicate in person, NOT HERE. One thing I was particularly impressed with, was the super simple and no nonsense user guide. Nice job guy's, I use to have redline digital product user guides before...... It took my company 6 pages to describe how to remove a battery door cover and install 3 batteries even though it was shown in raised plastic lettering on the units battery door and compartment???
Sincerely, "future millionaire" Andy C :-)
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since it is simpler to show you than to type for ages.
i do hope you like the video
It has features on it such as taking stills but again they aren't the clearest when fully zoomed in. Still pretty good considering.
The isb connector is cool, it has a built in usb which flips to change to a micro and theres a separate usb c connector so you can use it in almost anything. I use it on my samsung note 8.
First thing I did was zoomed in on my trousers and I could see all the fibres woven together. Its actually really interesting. So even if you buy it to mess around and see things from a different perspective you're probably going to enjoy it.
First picture is my Jeans zoomed and 2nd a charging port for a nintendo switch.