September 17, 2012
AirMicro Wireless iPad/iPhone Microscope Camera
From the website:
Working seamlessly with Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, the AirMicro Model A1 is a portable, wireless microscope that can magnify to 50–400 times the size of the original image.
The lens is changeable in a range of magnifications, and the scope uses batteries for ease of handling.
It even shoots QVGA video at 15fps and you can view live images at a range of 10 meters.
Great for the scientifically curious or for examining pets, skin, hair, or household or car maintenance, this is an effective and light tool designed for ordinary people rather than engineers.
Just download the free app from the iTunes store and then you are ready to connect your AirMicro camera scope with your phone or tablet.
Features and Details:
- Resolution: 320 x 240px (QVGA) / 640 x 480px (VGA)
- Free app can be downloaded from iTunes store
- Image sensor: 1/4 inch 5Mp px color CMOS
- Can be used with iPad/iPhone/iPod touch
- Magnifications: 0 50 100 200 400
- White balance: MWB
- Manual: English
- Gain: AGC
- Display: QVGA 15fps
- Power: 3 AA batteries
- Range: 10m (32.8 feet)
- Size: 153 x 46 x 43mm (6 x 1.8 x 1.7")
- Weight: 130g (4.6 oz) not including batteries
- Lens: 50x polarization/non-polarization M50N included
- Usage time: 2-3 hours (depending on lens and batteries)
$1,182 (iPad/iPhone not included).
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Posted by: tlc | Sep 17, 2012 11:42:27 PM
Dang shame that the price is so high. This device would make documenting skin lesions for your Dermatologist child's play.
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Sep 17, 2012 11:16:19 PM
This could be a really nice tool to record insect and aquatic Trout prey species for later identification and matching. The only small problem is that the environs Trout prefer are not served by cell service. So, a real GPS would have to join the party to lock down the location where the record was made.
Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Sep 17, 2012 11:05:06 PM
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