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Microdirect 1080P HD Handheld Digital Micro Viewing Digital Microscope, Grey (44316)
Were taking our handheld digital microscope line to the next level with the MicroDirect 1080p HDMI Handheld Digital Microscope. Perfect for teachers, students, entomologists, forensic scientists, microscopic explorers, and more. This microscope not only offers true 1080p, high definition viewing, but also still image and video recording. A New ...
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Microdirect 1080P HD Handheld Digital Micro Viewing Digital Microscope, Grey (44316)

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Were taking our handheld digital microscope line to the next level with the MicroDirect 1080p HDMI Handheld Digital Microscope. Perfect for teachers, students, entomologists, forensic scientists, microscopic explorers, and more. This microscope not only offers true 1080p, high definition viewing, but also still image and video recording. A New View The MicroDirect 1080p HDMI Handheld Digital Microscope streams in amazingly clear 1080p HD video via HDMI cable-directly through a TV monitor or projector- No computer needed. This microscope can connect to any compatible monitor or projector via HDMI cable for real 1080p HD video streaming at up to 220 x magnification. That means high quality viewing of 3D specimens, samples, and even some slides! REAL HD Video and Imaging Great for the classroom, lab or home, the 3.5MP high speed sensor allows for high definition streaming and still image and video recording. Still images can be saved directly to the onboard Micro SD slot (card not included) while viewing on monitor. The included PC software and USB cable make recording HD videos simple. Use the included fully adjustable stand to steady the microscope to get the perfect image or video.

  • 1080p video streaming of microscopic worlds via included HDMI cable directly to your monitor or projector. NO COMPUTER NEEDED!
  • 3.5MP high speed sensor has larger pixel sizes that allow more details and a higher refresh rate
  • 10 x to 220 x power magnification
  • Records high definition still images. Images are saved directly to a Micro SD card (not included)
  • Capture 720p High Definition video at 30 fps when connected to a PC via USB
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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on June 29, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Finally, a version that does not turn off automatically!

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would not work did not bothered to return
by Valued Customer on June 10, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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would not work did not bothered to return

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OK, which is was stronger and clearer
by Valued Customer on June 07, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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This scope is ok. I wish it was strong and the lighting adjustment is bad it goes from too bright to too low with little control. AND you see the LED light dots in you close up photos.

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on April 26, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Good product, no problems

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Magnification not enough for cellular details but still lots of educational fun- especially when connected to a large television
by Valued Customer on September 14, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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�Celestron's microscope features an HDMI output for 1080p video along with an SD card slot for recording 3.5 megapixel still images. At 220 x it won't show cellular details but still a fun educational toy for kids.I had more fun playing with this thing than I anticipated. The video output is great and very compelling for kids who can see little things up on a big screen or projector in real time.The scope can save photos to an SD card. Recording 1080p video will require some video capture hardware in a PC as there is no recording hardware built in. An alternative is to connect it to a PC or Mac with a USB cable which will transmit 720p video to a computer. The microscope appears as any webcam and should work with any application that supports one.I would like to see something around this price point with more magnification to see the details of cells, etc. But it can get very close up views of every day things that will most certainly capture the attention of kids (and adults like me). It's a lot of fun.

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Awesome educational product. My family is learning so much about the world around them!
by Valued Customer on September 08, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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This thing is one of the best educational products I've ever owned! It would also be perfect for classroom use or work use if you're a micro solderer or something. So far I've only used it plugged into my tv, but when I add a micro SD card, I will take some pictures to show you how cool this is.It was pretty easy to set up. You have to setup the stand and then slide the microscope in the hole on the stand. A couple of the knobs took a few minutes to figure out, but the instructions are pretty good. Then you plug the included USB cord into a USB power adapter that is NOT included. For the price, the power should have been included! The needed HDMI mini to HDMI cable is included and you plug that directly into a TV. You can also use this with a computer, but I've not planning on using it with a computer.At first I plugged into a HDMI switch that then plugs into my TV. I've never had an issue with the HDMI switch before, but this microscope would only work at 480p with the switch. Once I plugged directly into the TV, it worked 1080 60i. Yes the product title does say 1080 30p in the specs and I'm getting 1080 60i, but the difference between 1080 60i and 1080 30p is negligible or nonexistent when viewing in motion on a TV. I'm not sure you can notice a difference between the two in motion. I also may be missing a setting and plan on reaching out to the company.You do get even higher resolution pictures saved to an SD card which I'll add some to my review when I get around to that. It does images up to 3MP (2304x1296). It will give you images at higher megapixels, but anything higher than 3MP is interpolated because it is a 3MP sensor. Basically you won't get pictures with any more detail if you take higher than 3MP (and the pictures will take up more space with no benefit!).It's pretty amazing seeing things closer than you've ever seen it before. Since it has been rainy this whole week, we have not used this with outdoor stuff yet. But we've been putting everything and anything we can think of in this microscope. We've put stamps, magazines, dollar bills, coins, cd disks, phone screens, circuit boards, watches, vegetables, screwdrivers, gemstones, pens, clothing, and just about everything we can think of in this microscope. We've seen the difference between how magazines are printed with dots and how dollar bills are printed with an engraving plate. We've looked at how phone screens are made of dots. When looking at text printed on an envelope, you can see how the ink shows the texture of the paper! It's just practically a whole new world and my kids are so excited about learning! I can't wait to look at rocks and leaves and bugs!It's really easy to adjust how high the microscope is and the focus. I remember using a microscope in high school, so I think that helps. Basically the knob on the back of the post allows you to raise and lower the arm. The knob on the back of the post needs two hands because once you unscrew it the whole arm can fall down the post. Once you put the arm about where you want it, the knob on the side of the post also raises and lowers the arm but you have a smaller range than the other knob. Then you have a focus ring too. I liked getting pretty close to the item so it's as big as it can get. There also is a brightness wheel to turn the light brighter or darker. The light is in the microscope and there is no base light so you can not have light from below what you are looking at. Since this isn't a cellular microscope, that's not a big deal.This isn't a microscope that can look at the cellular level. You would need at least 400 x magnification for that. But for looking close at the things in the world around you, this works awesome. And since it can show on the tv, it's perfect for our whole family to use just one microscope. I've been teaching my 10 year old son how to be careful when putting things on the base, and even my 3 year old daughter can get the benefits of what's on the TV.I just really suggest this or something like it. In fact, the only thing that makes me wonder if I should suggest this exact model is that it looks like another company sells what looks like the same microscope for less. Also on Amazon is the ""Mustcam 1080P Full HD Digital Microscope"" The color of the product is different but it seems like the same exact camera with the same specs. This Celestron microscope has a 2 year warranty and is sold directly from Amazon. The Mustcam is sold by a third party and makes no mention of a warranty but is fifty dollars cheaper. I only have this Celestron on and it works great.

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Great features
by Valued Customer on September 05, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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Celestron MicroDirect 1080p HD Handheld Digital Micro Viewing Digital Microscope, Grey (44316) is great. I have a friend who has a much simpler and lesser quality type of microscope and was amazed how cool that was. This model is better by leaps and bounds. I have used it so far to show kids things like a leaf, insects, and various other items.It comes with everything you need and set up is very easy. The fact that you can just plug it into a monitor and see the images or actually save video or pictures to a computer (windows only) is an excellent feature. This is a great product at a more than reasonable price.Celestron MicroDirect 1080p HD Handheld Digital Micro Viewing Digital Microscope, Grey is highly reccommended.

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Celestron MicroDirect Handheld Microscope
by Valued Customer on September 05, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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I work in a Title 1 school which means we have a high student population on free and reduced lunch. In a nutshell, we're poor. I grabbed this to help our life science and earth science teachers bring their subject to life. Our previous microscopes are at least 25 years old so the ones that don't have too many pieces missing barely work.We tried it first in life science where we were studying photosynthesis. Set up was incredibly easy and the homeroom teacher was able to connect the microscope to our smart board. For the first time ever, 25 students were able to see the detail of a dandelion leaf at the same time. The teacher could teach and easily point to what she was lecturing about.Earth science was next and we used this to study a geode (a hollow rock with crystal in the middle). Honestly, I've never seen 6th graders excited over a crystal but as God as my witness, they were thrilled.Our 8th grade social studies chair wants to use it when they study the Federal Reserve Bank to enlarge paper money.

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Handy Digital Microscope
by Valued Customer on April 03, 2017
 
 
 
 
 
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Works as per it is advertise. So far a great product.

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