60X PORTABLE OPTICAL ZOOM MICROSCOPE CAMERA LENS (Silver)
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- Instantly transforms your iPhone 4 and 4S into a powerful portable microscope
- Small, compact, and easy to install
- 60X magnifying power
- LED lights provides bright lights even in the dimmest light conditions
- Ideal for all collectors and hobbyist for jewelry, coins, stamps, antiques, and etc.
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This lens is a lens adapter for your phone that magnifies 60x.
Blue LED ( x1) and Birght LEDs for different objects.
LED with On/Off SwitchPlug and Play, nothing to install.
Light weight and easy to carry.
Batteries: LR1130 x3 (not included).
Dimensions: 6" x 4" 3".
Top Customer Reviews
I use it as a toy to check currencies (since it has a UV light).
It's not as bad as the other reviews.
It has a nice magnification range also.
Photos taken with this contraption are completely black all around, except a quarter-sized magnified circle in the center with blurry, low quality image. It's definitely not 60x magnification either. Probably 5-10x tops. Complete garbage.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Item was a waste of the money paid. Wasn't reliable and didn't work as indicated. Didn't make any sense and reason for usage.Published on November 21, 2013 by Amazon Customer
If you have an iphone 5 then forget buying this as it will NOT FIT. Buyer be aware of this.
If your using an iPhone 4 or 5 it works very well but the 3 series has a curved back which results in light leaking in from one side or the other. Read morePublished on January 21, 2013 by Mason.ken52