MiScope Megapixel MP3 by Zarbeco Save Liquid error (product-badge line 32): -Infinity% $895.00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+ Quantity Quantity Add to cart MiScope Megapixel MP3 (MISC-MP3) is a superior grade lab quality portable digital microscope Over 3 Megapixels Resolution to less than 1.7 microns 10x-180x magnification Connects to the USB 3.0 port of your desktop or laptop computer Includes our Video Toolbox PRO PC Software for capturing still and moving images, time lapse, enhanced measurement, labeling, draw-on features and digital zoom. Comes with variable Ushims for intermediate magnification. Can be up to 2.5 inches away from your object to see 1.5 inch field of view. Move the arm on the side of your MiScope Megapixel MP3 and it will focus and zoom at the same time. When connected to the USB 3.0 port of your computer, it has fast image speeds at up to 60 frames per second without lag (will also work with USB 2.0 at a reduced frame rate) MISC-MP3-c2 MiScope Megapixel MP3 includes superior lab quality camera, resolution to less than 1.7 microns, 10x-180x magnification, on/off switch for LEDs to use side or bottom lighting, with Video Toolbox PRO PC Software, variable Ushims for intermediate measurement, and USB 3.0 cable to connect to computer. SPECIFICATIONS: Image sensor: 1/3" CMOS Pixels: 2304 x 1536 Frame rate: 24 frames/second (up to 60 frames/second at HDMI) Power: USB 3.0 port Working distance- up to 1-inch away from your object with about a 1-1/2 inch field of view. Light source: super-bright white LEDs Resolution: < 1.7 microns Field of view: @10x: 33 x 22 mm @35x: 6 x 9 mm @180x: 2 x 3 mm (1x screen) COMPUTER REQUIREMENTSMinimum system requirements: Intel i5 (4th generation or higher) Windows 7/8/10 DirectX 8.1 or greater USB 3.0 Port (supports USB 2 port at lower level of performance 2+ GB of Free Memory Video card with 128 MB of video RAM Minimum 1280 x 1024 resolution at 16-bit color MAC Software optional (MiTools on Mac App Store) Warning: Infrared and Ultraviolet light is harmful. Do not expose eyes or skin to rays. These units are not recommended for unsupervised use by children.