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ADSM302
5 Inch Screen 1080P Digital Microscope HDMI Microscope For Circuit Board Repair Soldering Tool ADSM302
Screen size 5 inch Image sensor 3 Mega Pixels HD Sensor Video output 1080P Full HD (via HDMI) ;720P (via PC) Video format real time play via HDMI w/o recording; MJPEG recording via PC Software Magnification Up to 560 times (HDMI monitor 22 inch) Photo resolution 12M Photo format JPEG Focus range 5cm to 22cm Frame rate Max 30f/s under 600 Lus ...
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ANDONSTAR

5 Inch Screen 1080P Digital Microscope HDMI Microscope For Circuit Board Repair Soldering Tool ADSM302

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1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
General
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Description

Screen size 5 inch
Image sensor 3 Mega Pixels HD Sensor
Video output 1080P Full HD (via HDMI) ;720P (via PC)
Video format real time play via HDMI w/o recording; MJPEG recording via PC Software
Magnification Up to 560 times (HDMI monitor 22 inch)
Photo resolution 12M
Photo format JPEG
Focus range 5cm to 22cm
Frame rate Max 30f/s under 600 Lus Brightness
Video-output interfaceHDMI/AV
Storage Micro-SD card, up to 32G
Power source5V DC
Light source2 LED with the stand
Package contents
microscope1
metal stand1
USB cable1
HDMI cable1
adapter1
IR remote control1
will send instructions and software by email

  • 5 inch screen
  • IR remote control
  • Adjustable angle built-in screen
  • 1080P Full HD (via HDMI)
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Fine for hobby use
by Valued Customer on July 10, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I have no plans to solder circuit boards. I will not download the measuring software or use an HDMI monitor. I just plan to copy images from the chip to my computer. I got this scope as a tool of curiosity, and it does that very well. It does not have a light ""below stage"" as biological microscopes do, but I am working on a hack to deal with that. The big LCD screen is wonderful and the magnification is adequate for my hobby uses. I love the goose neck LEDs, too.

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what every home maker needs.
by Valued Customer on June 26, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Best investment these old eyes has made now I can see the small parts on the board.

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on June 10, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Very nice quality!

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The Funky Lens Tilt Can be Adjusted Out
by Valued Customer on June 10, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Actually surprisingly good for a digital microscope. However, there is one rather glaring problem as delivered. I returned the first one because the stand was crooked and the image out of focus from left to right. Other than that problem I would be happy to use one of these in preference to a conventional microscope because one does not have to stay fixed looking in the eyepiece(s). It is much more convenient to be able to look at the screen without being in a head-in-vise-fixed-position. Unfortunately, when the 2nd unit arrived it had the same problem as the first one. I decided to see if I could fix it. It turns out the problem is with the alignment of the metal hoop that holds the microscope lens and display assembly. It is apparently designed with some slop in the screw holes to make it adjustable, but either they adjust it incorrectly in the factory or it gets moved around in shipping. Four screws hold the hoop assembly onto the up/down adjustment stage. Those screws also adjust the in/out axis alignment of the microscope lens so it can be made to sit vertically. Removing the assembly reveals four more screws inside that adjust the left/right tilt of the hoop, and thus the tilt in that direction of the microscope lens and display assembly. The only option for adjustment is to loosen the screws, position the tilt in the applicable axis and tighten the screws back down. For the in/out axis I found a .039"" (1mm) feeler gauge between the hoop bracket and the up/down stage worked nicely to align it while tightening the screws. For the left/right adjustment I held the hoop and bracket against a flat surface and tightened the screws there. Good enough now. There is still a little difference in focal point between the center of the image and the outer edges but its okay for my purposes.

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Resolution and sharpness rocks, but not ready for prime time due to software and user interface issues
by Valued Customer on May 25, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I bought this for my job to use for soldering PCBs and viewing other things. Best bang for the buck in the market in stand-alone mode. Software is HORRIBLE (buggy, crashed. Skip this product if you want to capture pictures using the software).Standalone mode:Pros:Best device that I have found out there for the price.Resolution and clarity excellent.Platform is black (good contrast)Adjustable LED lights with brightness controlCons:button presses are laggy. (zooming in and out there is a .5 to 1 second delayPlatform is very small, if you have large objects, they will be hard to balance on it.Working distance is very short. You can't put a large object under. If you position it like the picture, I am concerned for the lens dislodging from the clamp by accident.Would be nice to have a removable screen. As I get older, the further objects need to be away from my face, and this is a little close.Software:Pros: Would be decent if it worked. I just take images with my camera of the 4"" screenCons:Connecting and getting a live picture takes 10-20 attempts.Failure modes: crashing, image displayed is non existent or frozen, or freezes up when you try to change the image settings.Image adjustment limited to one level (stand alone mode you can do multiple levels)Image adjustment limited to one item at a time (if you adjust brightness, then adjust contrast, it removes the brightness adjustment)I haven't tried SD capture yet, so that would probably be better than taking a picture of the screen with my camera.I haven't tried HDMI output yet.

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Good for looking at coins
by Valued Customer on May 05, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Purchased this mainly for use with my coin collection, taking pictures of the coins, inspecting them, etc.. Did not download the software, have no use for it. Wish the gooseneck lights were a little longer and brighter. Over all I like the microscope, and am still learning how to use it.

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poor documentation 3) No ""easy way"" to ask to get
by Valued Customer on March 28, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Pros: Views of chips crisp enough to efficiently solder smaller chipsCons: 1) Remote did not work (and very flimsy) 2) manual was written by a Chinese speaker that did not have fluency in English. Besides that, poor documentation 3) No ""easy way"" to ask to get just the remote exchanged in a timely fashion.

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Great microscope for small work (let down a bit by sub-par software engineering, but still really useful)
by Valued Customer on March 19, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Upsides: Very clever device and quite well built; looks like it should survive the rigours of moderate lab use. Works really well; love the illumination arms and the working distance is really good to allow a user to manipulate objects under view. For the price, I found this quite impressive and I'm sure it'll be put to good use for soldering and other small tasks for which I previously used an optical microscope (for which presbyopia and spectacles were becoming cumbersome). Downsides: Does not come with Mac or Linux software, and I could not get the Windows software to work either. Fortunately, native drivers on my Mac were able to make use of the incoming USB video signals, but I was hoping to us the measurement aspects of the software. I'll try using it with FIJI, but cannot report on success yet. I suspect that most of the time I will use the LCD screen and not bother connecting to a computer screen, instead capturing images onto an SD card and importing for analysis when required. If I find an old unused HDMI-capable screen, I might make a permanent connection via the dedicated HDMI port (though I've heard that when this is done there is no LCD display - not yet proved to myself). Hope this review is useful. A.

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very clear and focus also easy to setup and the distance between the beas and
by Valued Customer on March 01, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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very clear and focus also easy to setup and the distance between the beas and len is enuphe to work

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Great product, Excellent Quality, Awsome Customer service
by Valued Customer on February 16, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I received this item on time and well packaged Setup was very easy just pull it out of the box and plug it in. Pictures are great some of the best I've seen. Where the scope is mounted to the base ring is a good distance to work with but for my work I needed more space between the bottom of the scope and the base due to my board holder. I found another ring near the bottom of the scope and moved it up and problem solved. I would like the led lights to be longer through the cable so you can aim them better with taller objects. They don't need more flex just length for applications like mine and in general. I added polorizer lenses to mine that I made and they worked great with the leads to change lighting to read some burnt chip writing you couldnt see under normal conditions or lighting. All in all great product and very nice people to work with and great customer service. I am already telling people about this scope and how good it is. James Summers

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My thoughts on the USB software is that other than the measuring functionality it isn't very useful. The viewing screen turns off while you are
by Valued Customer on February 10, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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�I received it earlier this week and have been enjoying it. Mine arrived fully assembled so all I had to do was pull it out of the box and connect the cables. At first I thought I had received a used microscope because it appeared that the viewing screen had scratches but it turned out to just be a film protector and after I removed it the screen was thankfully in pristine condition.Apart from using the included viewing screen you can also connect the microscope to a pc with the supplied usb cable, or you can connect it to an HDMI monitor or TV with the included HDMI cable. If you connect it to a pc via USB you will need to download the Andonstar software. Mine was in the Chinese language but I followed the instructions from the website on how to switch the language to English. Perhaps in a future update they can make it so that upon installing the software it'll give you a choice between the two languages.My thoughts on the USB software is that other than the measuring functionality it isn't very useful. The viewing screen turns off while you are connected to the PC via USB so you have to play around with the microscope while looking at the computer screen which can be annoying if you don't have the space to put the microscope near the computer screen. Furthermore the biggest detriment to the USB software mode is that the resolution is limited to 720p which means that if you ever want to enlarge the image you will be limited by the initial low resolution. Also if for some reason you want to record video with this software know that you must set the resolution to 640 x 480, ouch. I didn't even bother trying that.I tried the HDMI connection to my 60"" HDTV and while it was interesting it has the same issue of the viewing screen being disabled while you are in HDMI mode. So when analyzing a specimen you have to keep looking up at the TV or monitor while playing with the microscope. It just doesn't feel as comfortable as when viewing through the included viewing screen.The features list says you can use a micro-SD card up to 32gb in size. I got a micro-SDHC 16gb card and it works wonders with this microscope. I can comfortably take photos or 1080p videos while analyzing specimens, and when I'm done analyzing I can connect the microscope to the PC via the USB cable and enter Mass Storage mode which basically allows you to transfer your photos and videos from the micro-SD card to your computer.One big tip I have is that in photo mode if you hit the menu button on the controller you can change the resolution. Default is 12mp but I actually prefer setting it to 1080p. Also very important is to change the quality to Fine, this is especially important if you want to do any enlargement of your photos. Unfortunately it doesn't save your choices so each time you power up the microscope you have to set these options again although maybe a future update can make it so that it'll save your preferences.As for magnification don't go overboard with the 560 x claim. If it had an optical magnification of 560 x that would be amazing but I imagine the lenses would be very expensive. No I think the optical magnification is between 100 x and 200 x and the digital zoom of 4x gives you the 560 x on a 22 inch monitor but keep in mind digital zoom is nowhere near as good as optical magnification because digital zooming adds pixels to enlarge the image and anytime you add pixels you are introducing artifacts into the image. In fact I just physically measured (putting ruler to the screen) from my computer monitor a table salt cube from one of my photos produced by this microscope at maximum magnification and what I got was a cube with a length of 2 inches which is about 50.8 millimeters. Table salt cubes are typically 0.3 millimeters in length. So just divide 44.45 mm by 0.3 mm and you get about 170 x optical in my case. With 4x digital zoom that'd be around 680 x magnification on my 24 inch monitor but I'd much prefer the 170 x optical image.I've included some images I took so you can have an idea of what to expect from this awesome microscope. Images are of table salt 1080p, table salt 12mp (4k?), Equate brand sucralose artificial sweetener at 12mp, Equate brand sucralose artificial sweetener at 12mp and minimum magnification, table salt captured by the USB software at 720p, dead grain beetle missing part of its antennaes 720p, blue string on my Cheerio at 720p, and a short 1080p video of ice melting on a partially frozen Eggo waffle.

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Scope works great! super pics in great resolution
by Valued Customer on February 03, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Scope works great! super pics in great resolution. Would recommend this product. The only reason for less than five stars is the software but you don't have to use it.

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