Vintage Eastman Kodak Film Camera 1913
Conventional pre 1920 roll-film camera. Today's digital, dedicated microscopy cameras are too easy compared with the best 2000 vintage film cameras: instant results, cheap "film" and no focus, colour or reciprocity failures
Introduction to Microscope Cameras

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ProSciTech is the largest supplier of dedicated microscope cameras in Australia and New Zealand. Our cameras are effective, competent, reliable and very economical to purchase by customers all over the world.

Cameras are provided complete with comprehensive software for recording and editing of still and movie images, image analyses and display. We supply cameras with a built‐in C‐mount, using a CMOS chip for normal light levels and CCD models for very low‐light situations. Eyepiece adapters are available for a small fee for users with binocular Microscopes.

You can pay a lot more for a lot less in microscope cameras!

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Digital Microscope Camera C-Mount
Digital Microscope Camera C-Mount
USB data transfer rate comparison

CMOS MICROSOPE CAMERA FOR C-MOUNT

USB2.0

Compatible with Windows, Mac OSX and LinuxOur high quality, affordable range of microscope digital cameras attach to any standard C‐Mount screw fitting. If you wish to place your camera through an available eyepiece port, we offer two types of standard eyepiece (23.2mm) adapters ‐ fixed and adjustable. As well as sleeves that slip into non‐standard eyepiece tube (30mm, 30.5mm). If you require the existing eyepiece to be par‐focal with the camera we suggest you purchase the adjustable adapter. If you have a third party microscope that does not provide a C‐Mount then please see the bottom of this page for a list of available adapters for some popular Nikon, Leica, Zeiss and Olympus microscopes.


Feel free to contact us about your set‐up and we'll be happy to help.

Cameras include a cable, CD with instructions and excellent, comprehensive software. These cameras use CMOS chips from the best Japanese and American manufacturers. Please be aware that the software included only runs on Windows (XP, Vista, 7), Mac OSX and Linux machines with an available USB 2.0 port.


Please note that the OSX version of the software does not have all of the additional features, eg measuring and calibration, that is included in the Windows version.


For some basic tutorials on how to use ToupView X, please visit the following youtube channel.

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NEW! Software now available for Mac OSX and Linux! If you have previously purchased a camera from us and would like a copy for your Mac or Linux machine please contact us.

SALE: The manufacturer gave us a big price‐break on all CMOS microscope cameras. These are the best selling cameras in Australia and New Zealand; they are now an even greater bargain and worth shipping to anywhere.

Digital Microscope Camera with eyepiece adapter
C-Mount camera with eyepiece adapter
Digital Microscope c-mount Camera Side Profile
Side profile
Top of microscope camera with USB socket
Top of camera with USB socket
Fixed Adapter
ODCMZ-EAF Fixed eyepiece adapter
Adjustable Adapter
ODCMZ-EAA Adjustable eyepiece adapter
Eyepiece 30 and 30.5mm sleeve
Eyepiece sleeve for 30 or 30.5mm
USB gold plated cable
Gold plated USB cable
ODCM0310C
Digital camera for C-Mount, 3MP CMOS, USB2.0
AUD299.00
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ODCM0510C
Digital camera for C-Mount, 5MP CMOS, USB2.0
AUD399.00
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ODCM0900C
Digital camera for C-Mount, 9MP CMOS, USB2.0
AUD550.00
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ODCM1400C
Digital camera for C-Mount, 14MP CMOS, USB2.0
AUD599.00
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ODCMZ-EAA-3
Eyepiece adapter for C-Mount camera, adjustable, 0.37x magnification
AUD99.00
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ODCMZ-EAA-5
Eyepiece adapter for C-Mount camera, adjustable, 0.50x magnification
AUD99.00
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ODCMZ-EAA-7
Eyepiece adapter for C-Mount camera, adjustable, 0.75x magnification
AUD99.00
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ODCMZ-EAF-3
Eyepiece adapter for C-Mount camera, fixed, 0.37x magnification
AUD35.00
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ODCMZ-EAF-5
Eyepiece adapter for C-Mount camera, fixed, 0.50x magnification
AUD35.00
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ODCMZ-EAF-7
Eyepiece adapter for C-Mount camera, fixed, 0.75x magnification
AUD35.00
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USB3.0 Microscope Camera
Camera dimensions
Camera dimensions
USB data transfer rate comparison
USB Speed Comparison
CMOS MICROSOPE CAMERA FOR C‐MOUNT

USB3.0 HIGH SPEEED

New Product! Just released from the manufacturer are these new USB3.0 microscope cameras. Using the same design as our USB2.0 cameras above, the USB3.0 cameras bring the benefit of added speed, up to ten times the data transfer speed of USB2.0. We see USB3.0 taking over from USB2.0 in the long term so you should consider investing in this new technology.

The USB3.0 cameras use the same eyepiece adapters available for the USB2.0 cameras above. The software used is the same, with a few tweaks to allow for the higher transfer rate. Because of the USB3.0 interface, the cameras are slightly larger in size, but the same style.

The majority of digital microscope cameras use a version of the USB interface to pass the image data to a computer. There was no official industry standard for using USB2.0 in imaging devices, however it was widely accepted. For some more specialised cameras, the GigE interface was used due to its higher speed and longer cable length. With the introduction of USB3.0 in 2008, it has gained popularity for imaging use due to its increased speed. At the end of 2012 the Automated Imaging Association (AIA) released a Vision Standard for USB3.0 in imaging devices. The GigE interface can still be found on cameras that require a cable length longer than approximately 5 metres where USB cabling is not ideal.

In terms of how this affects microscope cameras; the advantage of USB3.0 is a faster transfer speed that allows for a higher frame rate and for image data to be saved to disk quicker.

Before purchasing a USB3.0 camera, insure that your computer has an available port.
If you don't have access to the computer specifications, locate your USB ports and look for a blue accent on the inner prong.
We recommend consulting your IT department before making your purchase.


Order CodeSensor & Size(mm)Pixel(μm)G Sensitivity
Dynamic Range
SN Ratio
FPS/ResolutionBinningExposure

O3HS1400

14M/MT9F002(C)

1/2.3" (6.451x4.603)

1.4x1.4

0.724v/lux‐sec
65.3dB
35.5dB

[email protected]
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[email protected]

1x1,2x2,4x4

0.4ms~2000ms

O3HS1000

10M/MT9J003(C)

1/2.3" (6.44x4.616)

1.67x1.67

0.31v/lux‐sec
65.2dB
34dB

[email protected]
[email protected]

1x1,2x2,4x4

0.38ms~2000ms

O3HS0850

8.5M/Special(C)

1/2.5" (5.557x4.255)

1.67x1.67

0.31v/lux‐sec
65.2dB
34dB

[email protected]
[email protected]

1x1,2x2,4x4

0.1ms~2000ms

O3HS0510

5.1M/MT9P006(C)

1/2.5" (5.7x4.28)

2.2x2.2

1.76v/lux‐sec
67.7dB
38.5dB

[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]

1x1,2x2,4x4

0.05ms~2000ms

O3HS0320

3.1M/AR0330(C)

1/3" (4.505x3.38)

2.2x2.2

1.9v/lux‐sec
100dB
39dB

[email protected]
[email protected]

1x1,2x2

0.1ms~2000ms

Available on request

1.2M/AR0130(C)1/3"(4.8x3.6)3.75x3.755.5v/lux‐sec
85.3dB
44dB
[email protected]
[email protected]
1x1,2x20.1ms~20000ms

OTHER HARDWARE CONFIGURATION

Spectral Range

380‐650nm (with IR‐filter)

White Balance

ROI White Balance/ Manual Temp‐Tint Adjustment

Color Rendering Technique

Ultra Fine Color Engine

Capture/Control API

Native C/C++, C#, Directshow, Twain, Labview

Recording System

Still Picture and Movie

Cooling System*

Natural

OPERATING ENVIRONMENT

Operating Temperature

‐10℃~ 50℃

Storage Temperature

‐20℃~ 60℃

Operating Humidity

30~80%RH

Storage Humidity

10~60%RH

Power Supply

DC 5V over PC USB Port

SOFTWARE ENVIRONMENT

Operating System

Support Microsoft Windows XP / Vista / 7 /8 /10 (32 & 64 bit)
OS x (Mac OS X), Linux

PC Requirements

CPU: Equal to Intel Core2 2.8GHz or Higher

Memory: 2GB or More

USB port: USB3.0 High‐speed Port

Display: 17" or Larger

CD‐ROM


O3HS0320
Digital camera, high speed, 3.2MP CMOS, USB3.0
AUD500.00
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O3HS0510
Digital camera, high speed, 5.1MP CMOS, USB3.0
AUD599.00
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O3HS0850
Digital camera, high speed, 8.5MP CMOS, USB3.0
AUD650.00
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O3HS1000
Digital camera, high speed, 10MP CMOS, USB3.0
AUD699.00
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O3HS1400
Digital camera, high speed, 14MP CMOS, USB3.0
AUD750.00
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WiFi digital camera for microscope
WIFI CMOS DIGITAL CAMERAS

stream live feed to wifi enabled computers or hand-held iOS and android devices

These cameras are similar to the CMOS cameras above however they generate a WiFi signal for sending high‐resolution stills and video from a microscope to a WiFi‐enabled device such as smartphones, tablets, and computers with iOS, Android, OS X, Linux and Windows operating systems, streaming images to up to six devices simultaneously.


The camera includes ToupView images software for quantifying, measuring, and annotating images and for using with an interactive white board. It also works with the free, downloadable Toupview app for viewing, capturing, and editing images.


Please note that a USB cable is still required to power the device, but can simply be plugged into a USB wall socket.


Order CodeSensor & Size(mm)Pixel(μm)G Sensitivity
Dynamic Range
SN Ratio
FPS/ResolutionBinningExposure

OWCAM1080

1080P/IMX222(C)

1/2.8"(7.6x5.8)

2.8x2.8

510m with 1/20s
0.15mv with 1/30s

[email protected]

2x2

0.059ms~1941ms

OWCAM0720

MT9P001(C)

1/2.5"(5.70x4.28)

2.2x2.2

1.0 V/lux‐sec
61dB
43dB

[email protected]

2x2

0.21ms~200ms

OWCAM0720
Digital camera for C-Mount, WIFI, CMOS, 1280 x 720
AUD484.00
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OWCAM1080
Digital camera for C-Mount, WIFI, CMOS, 1920 x 1080
AUD691.00
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very low light CCD camera for fluorescence microscopy
OCCD01400KPA-C
CCD CAMERAS, VERY HIGH SENSITIVITY, FOR FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY, 1.4MP

(video mode)

CMOS chips have become most popular in battery operated cameras because they use one hundredth of the electricity compared with CCD chips. For a given size CCD sensors are considerably more light efficient than CMOS, and that makes these cameras particularly suitable for fluorescence microscopy. The 1.4MP camera's CCD has an active surface area of 57mm². If that area is divided by the number of pixels and similarly the area of the 3.2Mpixel camera is divided by its pixels, the surface area/ pixel is 4x larger on this low light camera. Accordingly, these larger pixels receive 4x as many electrons. That parameter makes the 1.4MP camera four times more sensitive. Additionally, this camera has a much longer exposure time available. These sensors are made by Sony, and the extraordinary 1.4MP is among the most light-efficient un-cooled chips available. They are made to order requiring 2 months delivery. These lights are great for fluorescence microscopy. This camera can be supplied within one month.

Hardware Information
Specifications1.4MP CCD
Scan ModeProgressive
Max resolution1360 x 1024
Image sensor size²/3" (16.93mm)
Pixel size6.45µm x 6.45µm
G Sensitivity1240mV with 1/30s accumulation
Dynamic Range70dB
A/D Converter12-bit parallel, 8-bit R.G.B. to PC
SN Ratio62dB
Spectral Range400 - 650nm (with IR filter)
Frame Size/Rate15fps @ 1360 x 1024
Binning1 x 1
ExposureNormal: 0.126 ~ 66.695ms
Long: 66.695ms ~ 4 mins
Colour Rendering TechniqueUltra Fine™ Colour Engine
White BalanceOne push ROI / manual temp-tint adjustment
Capture/Control APIDirectShow / Twain
Capture ModeStill picture and video

If you require an eyepiece adapter for this camera, please see the adapters above in the CMOS cameras section.
We suggest; ODCMZ-EAF-7, fixed 0.75x magnification lens.

OCCD01400KPA-C
CCD camera, very low light, for fluorescence microscopy, C-mount, 1.4MP
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Stomach wall, dog; oil immersion lens
Stomach wall, dog; oil immersion lens

Testimonial

Testimonial from one of Australia's large University Microscopy Centres - they bought a 3.2 megapixel eyepiece camera:

"We have now tried the camera and as you predicted, we are very pleased with it. It is better than the XXX top-brand camera we had on there previously, that cost 10 times as much and they now want $1500 to repair".
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Ammonite - photographed using our 3MP CMOS camera and stereo microscope
Ammonite - photographed using our 3MP CMOS camera and stereo microscope
Mouth of Honey Bee
Mouth of Honey Bee

SOME COMMENTS ON DIGITAL MICROPHOTOGRAPHY

Since the advent of digital cameras, micrography has become much easier. The temptation is to use a conventional digital camera with many mega-pixels of image capacity and adapt that to the microscope. It is possible, but few such cameras are well suited to microscopy.

Photography is easier when the camera is connected to microscope and computer to display the microscope's view continuously on the computer screen: you see what you get, and focus on the large screen-image. Cameras with an attached very low power eyepiece are very easy to use, economical to purchase and give best results. C-mounts work equally well, but the C-mount is an additional purchase and the camera may not as easily changed to another microscope.

It must also be recognised that large image formats (pixel) are not often an advantage to the microscopist. The microscope's optics and not 'pixel' should be used for most of the magnification required. Camera magnification in micrography is kept low through the use of a low magnification eyepiece, since the small format of the CCD or CMOS (when compared with that of film cameras) results in larger magnifications - by ratio. In the upper magnification range of a compound microscope it is easy to display and photograph images at 10,000x - giving large, but very blurry images! Compound microscopes are naturally limited to ~ 1,000x and those higher powers are useless.

Enlargements of low and medium power images of suitable specimens are possible with multi-mega pixel cameras. However, most published micrographs had little photographic enlargement and could have been captured with our small 1.3m pixel camera; however, there are some situations when enlarging and therefore a larger (pixel) camera is beneficial. We offer a range of cameras for microscopy from 350K pixel to 9M pixel. The smaller the diagonal of the chip (CCD) the lower the eyepiece's magnification must be.

CEAll items on this page are CE certified.

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Whole mount, paramecium, used 40x objective
Whole mount, paramecium, used 40x objective
Onion epidermis, used 10x objective
Onion epidermis, used 10x objective
Root tip
Root tip
Guinea Pig active mammary gland
Guinea Pig active mammary gland

CMOS MICROSCOPE CAMERAS

For use with computers with Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7 operating system. These easy to use and very versatile digital cameras are supplied integral with a low power microscope eyepiece (23.2mm DIN standard). They are simply inserted into an eyepiece tube or top tube of a trinocular head. The visual field observed in the camera is up to 90% of the viewing field through the eyepiece. Using the USB2.0 high speed port the camera displays the microscope images continuously on the computer screen in real-time and non-compressed video data and digital photos and movie sequences may be captured.

Prior to capturing an image, all adjustments - colour, contrast, brightness frame-speed - may be optimised. After capture, image files are saved in the desired image-format on the computer's hard drive. Once calibrated using a stage micrometer, the software allows measurement of lengths, angles and areas across microscope images. It is also possible to include a scale marker on micrographs and to count particles. For counting select Plugin and then Count, after that set parameters and Count.

Our cameras provide high image quality, and they are entirely suitable for numerous applications in research, in biomedical applications, material science and technology. The CCD camera has a "Wide Lux" feature. This largely compensates for changes in brightness that are due to changes in magnification and diaphragm aperture. These CCD cameras also have a "High Sensitivity" feature to compensate for a wide range of light-attenuating accessories, such as a dark-field" condenser, phase contrast and epi-fluorescence microscopy.

All of these cameras come with USB2.0 cable, driver software and sleeve adapters for inserting the camera into 30mm or 30.5mm tubes, which are commonly used with stereo microscopes.

Connecting a camera to the microscope: digital cameras for microscopy are usually connected to a microscope by one of two means: Cameras with an integral eyepiece are inserted into the phototube of a trinocular microscope (ready to receive an eyepiece), or they can be inserted into one of the viewing eyepiece tubes after an eyepiece is removed.
Alternatively the microscope has a C-mount adapter in lieu of the phototube. The C-mount camera has a thread which connects to the top of the C-mount adapter.

Photo magnification is affected not only by the microscope and C-mount/ camera eyepiece, but also by the camera chip and the size of the computer screen. Most microscopists would aim for a magnification which is larger, but less than double the viewing magnification. Compared with the settings for the viewed magnifications, our cameras, using a 0.5x C-mount/ eyepiece and displayed on a 22" screen, average magnifications 1.9x greater in full screen mode and 1.4x in working mode.

Particularly using macro photography or stereoscopes, a 1x C-mount is another means to obtain higher magnifications. A 1x C-mount used with a compound microscope and oil-immersion, results in several thousand times magnifications. Conventional microscopy is limited by the wavelength of light; magnifications above 1000x are increasingly blurred, and magnifications above 2000x have no merit. A 0.3x C-mount obviously results in lower magnifications, which can be useful, but in some systems may cause vignetting.

Hardware Information
SpecificationsODCM0130CODCM0310CODCM0510CODCM0900CODCM1400C
Pixels1.3MP (Approx.1,300,000 pixels)3MP (Approx.3,200,000 pixels)5MP (Approx.5,000,000 pixels)9MP (Approx.9,000,000 pixels)14MP (Approx.14,000,000 pixels)
Max resolution
(video mode)
1280 x 1024 pixels2048 x 1536 pixels2592 x 1944 pixels3488 x 2616 pixels4096 x 3288 pixels
Image sensor¹?3" CMOS chip, colour
8.46mm
½" CMOS chip, colour
(Diagonal 8.19mm)
¹?2.5" CMOS chip, colour
(Diagonal 7.13mm)
¹?2.4" CMOS chip, colour
(Diagonal 7.281mm)
¹?2.3" CMOS chip, colour
(Diagonal 7.672mm)
Preview speed/
Recording speed
1280 x 1024 15fps,
640 x 512 26fps,
320 x 256 50fps
2048 x 1536 8fps,
1024 x 768 22fps,
680 x 510 43fps
2592 x 1944 5fps,
1280 x 960 18fps,
640 x 480 60fps
3488 x 2616 2fps,
1744 x 1308 8fps,
872 x 654 27fps
4096 x 3288 1.8fps,
2048 x 1644 10fps,
1024 x 822 27fps
Imaging area4.6mm(H) x 3.7mm(V)6.55mm x 4.92mm5.70mm x 4.28mm5.825mm(H) x 4.369mm(V)6.138mm(H) x 4.603mm(V)
Pixel size3.6μm x 3.6μm3.2µm x 3.2µm2.2µm x 2.2µm1.67µm x 1.67µm1.4μm x 1.4μm
Recording SystemStill picture and video
Master Clock - Hori. drive frequency54MHz48MHz54MHz96MHz 
A/D10-Bit parallel, 8-Bit R.G.B10-Bit parallel, 8-Bit R.G.B12-Bit on-chip, 8-Bit R.G.B12-Bit on-chip, 8-Bit R.G.B12-Bit on-chip, 8-Bit R.G.B
Binning1x1, 2x2 , 4x41x1, 2x2, 3x31x1, 2x2, 4x41x1, 2x2, 4x41x1, 2x2, 4x4
Peak Quantum Efficiency30%
Dynamic range71dB61dB66.5dB65.2dB65.3dB
Sensitivity1.0v/lux-sec @550nm1.0v/lux-sec @550nm0.53v/lux-sec @550nm0.33v/lux-sec @550nm0.724v/lux-sec @550nm
Spectral Range
(Range of wavelength)
400-650nm (with IR cut)
Exposure Time0.142ms-2000ms0.128ms-2000ms0.21ms-2000ms0.38ms-2000ms0.4~2000ms

Connecting mode:
Inserts directly into eyepiece tube. Eyepiece 23.2mm - standard DIN, two adaptors are included to fit 30mm, 30.5mm stereo microscope eyepiece tubes.

Specifications:
Description: Black metal cylinder body
Carton package: 145mm (L) x 145mm (W) x 90mm (H)
Weight(w/ USB cable): 280 g
Gross weight: 520 g
Lens Cover: Ø23.2mm rubber cover
Adaptors: Ø23.2mm to Ø30.0mm, Ø23.2mm to Ø30.5mm
Optic system: CFS anti-dust achromatism system
Filter: 400-650nm IR-cuter (380-1000nm w/o IR-Filter - ask)
Fitted with anti-blooming protection
DSP (Digital signal processing): Ultra fine™ colour engine
Optical input window: Fused silica
Reduction Lens: 0.5x relay lens to Ø23.2mm eyepiece (camera)
User manual
Digital cameras without the infra red filter are available - ask


Operating Environment:
Operating Temperature: 0°C to 40°C
Storage Temperature: -20°C to 60°C
Operating Humidity: 30%~80%
Storage Humidity: 10%~60%
Power Supply: PC USB2.0 high speed port [DC 5V]

Software Information:
Interface: USB, hot plug and thrust, USB cable length 1.5m
Software: Driver, ToupView image processing software
Driver interface support: DirectShow, Twain
Image download: USB2.0
File format: JPEG, PNG, TIF, PCX, TGA, SFT, PSD, etc.

System requirements:

  • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP / Vista / 7 / 8 (32bit or 64bit), OSX 10 >, Linux
  • USB Port: USB2.0 high speed port
  • CPU: Equal to Inter Core2 2.8GHz or higher
  • RAM: 2GB or more memory
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Microscope photograph
Microscope photo

FINAL MAGNIFICATION

Final magnification in microscopy depends on several factors. In stereo or macro systems the magnification at the eye is the magnification of the objective multiplied by that of the eyepiece. If an additional lens is added to the front of the objective, both, photo and viewing magnifications, whereas the use of different eyepieces changes viewed magnifications only. Photo magnification is subject to other, additional factors.

Photographic magnification is unaffected by the viewing eyepiece, as the eyepiece is either substituted with the camera or optically bypassed, depending on the system. The optical magnification of C-mount or eyepiece cameras changes final magnification, but the mount magnification is usually selected to suit the format of the camera and obtain on the computer screen a magnification similar as seen through the eyepiece.

It is useful to know what the normal focal length lens of your camera format is. This is the diagonal of the sensitive (historically film) area. In the 35mm film format, to which we frequently relate the focal lengths of digital cameras, the diagonal is 43.3mm. With a little extra for coverage and to avoid vignetting, 45-55mm lenses are considered normal. 1/3" sensors have a normal focal length of 6mm, for ½" it is 8mm and a 2/3 sensor it's 11mm. In digital cameras the diagonal of the sensor is more than the lenses accepted as normal. Normal lenses render images with a viewing angle of around 53°. Most of our CMOS cameras have a chip close to a ½".

Approximately "normal" magnification at the screen depends on the size of the viewing monitor, and especially the CMOS/ CCD size and the eyepiece (or C-mount) magnification. The smaller the sensitive area, the lower the eyepiece needs to be, otherwise it is easily possible to achieve low resolution images from a light microscope with apparent magnifications of several thousand times. Full frame (35mm) cameras require an 8x eyepiece. A large CMOS microscopy camera works best with a 1x eyepiece, but a 12.7 or a 8.4mm lens requires a 0.5 times eyepiece or C-mount. Because magnification changes with enlargement (monitor size too), micrometer or mm bars are practical in micrography - see our link ToupView™ - Guide to calibration, measuring & counting

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USB microscope black
DIGITAL MICROSCOPES

Digital magnifier

Compatible with Windows 7

This is the high quality electronic microscope instead of the normal microscope. You can use it to snap HD pictures and capture the video, and also to measure the objects.

You can use this microscope for: Industrial Inspection, Computer Parts inspection, Telecom module inspection, scientific teaching tool, Laboratory Research, Medical analysis, School Research tool, Insect dissection examination, Plant dissection examination, Skin examination, Scalp examination, Textile Inspection, Jewelry Inspection, Collections/Coin Inspection, Printing Inspection, Reading Aid, Teacher Add as Project, Presentation and so on.

This inspection camera has many applications including industrial inspection, electronic accessories inspection, plant dissection/examination, skin examination, textile inspection, jewelry inspection, collections/coin Inspection, printing inspection, inspection dissection/examination, PCB or PCBA inspection and so on.


Features

  • Mage HD Colour CMOS Sensor
  • High Speed DSP Controller
  • Micro‐Scope Lens
  • 5X digital zoom
  • Magnification adjustable ‐ Manual Focus range from 3mm to 40mm
  • Capture snapshot image or video.
  • It has 8 built‐in LED lights on camera head to illuminate the inspection area. The LED lights' brightness is adjustable.
  • A alloy stand to support the camera.
  • User Manual is included in the CD.
  • Digital Measurement software and calibration ruler.

Specifications

Cat. No.ODMU400XWODMU500XB
ColourWhiteBlack
Still image and video capture resolution1600 x 1200 (2M Pixel)
1280 x 960 (1.3M Pixel)
800 x 600
640 x 480
Frame rateMax. 30f/s Under 600 Lux Brightness
Flicker control50Hz / 60Hz Option
Controller24Bit DSP
Magnification25x ‐ 400x (Manual)50x ‐ 500x (Manual)
Still image formatJPEG
Video formatAVI
LED light8 White Light LED (with controller on USB cable)
InterfaceUSB2.0 & USB1.1
Product size (diameter x length)32 x 114mm
Item weight80g
Package size230 x 135 x 60mm
Package weight300g
PoweredUSB Port (5V DC)

System Requirements

  • Pentium Computer with 700MHz & Above
  • 20M HD Space CD ROM Driver
  • 128MB RAM
  • Direct x VGA Card
  • Operation System: Windows 7 32 bit /Vista/XP

Package includes:

1 x USB Microscope

1 x Plastic stage micrometer / emandation rule
1 x Alloy Stand Cover
1 x CD Software AMCAP (Driver)

USB black microscope with calibration ruler
Digital microscope accessories
Digital microscope LEDs
White digital microscope on stand
White digital microscope
White digital microscope
White digital microscope
White digital microscope package
ODMU500XB
Digital microscope, 50x - 500x, black
AUD79.00
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CCD camera adapters
MICROSCOPE CAMERA ADAPTERS
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Cat. No.
Mag.
Style
Cmount
Trinocular Attachment
Overall Dimensions
Description
ONKCC01
TV Tube
Diameter: 38mm
Height: 7.7mm
Double lip for screw
Diameter: 52-59mm (taper)
Height: 84.4mm
TV tube takes 38mm C-mount adapters in the top, and connects to a 38mm microscope trinocular port.
Used to extend focal distance.
ONKCC02
0.55X
MBF550
1'x1/32
Diameter: 38mm
Height: 13mm
Indent for screw
Diameter: 50mm
Height: 30mm
A simple C-mount attachment. Drops into 38mm TV tube (ONKCC01), or direct into microscope and tightens into an indent. Rotatable.
ONKCC03
1X
 
1'x1/32
Diameter: 38mm
Height: 22mm
Indent for screw
Diameter: 51mm
Height: 38mm
A simple C-mount attachment. Drops into 38mm TV tube (ONKCC01), or direct into microscope and tightens into an indent. Rotatable.
ONKCC04
0.63X
 
1'x1/32
Diameter: 38mm
Height: 25.3mm
Indent for screw
Diameter: 51mm
Height: 30mm
A simple C-mount attachment. Drops into 38mm TV tube (ONKCC01), or direct into microscope and tightens into an indent. Rotatable.
ONKCC05
0.55x
1"x1/32
Diameter: 40mm
Height: 13mm
Indent for screw
Diameter: 50mm
Height: 30mm
A simple C-mount attachment. Drops into 38mm TV tube (ONKCC01), or direct into microscope and tightens into an indent. Rotatable.
TV tube adapter for Nikon microscope
ONKCC01
C-mount camera adapter for Nikon microscope
ONKCC02
C-mount camera adapter for Nikon microscope
ONKCC03
C-mount camera adapter for Nikon microscope
ONKCC04
C-mount camera adapter for Nikon microscope
ONKCC05
ONKCC01
Camera adapter, for Nikon, TV Tube, 38mm
AUD71.00
ea
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ONKCC02
Camera adapter, for Nikon, C-mount, 0.55x, 38mm
AUD200.00
ea
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ONKCC03
Camera adapter, for Nikon, C-mount, 1x, 38mm
AUD150.00
ea
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ONKCC04
Camera adapter, for Nikon, C-mount, 0.63x, 38mm
AUD208.00
ea
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ONKCC05
Camera adapter, for Nikon, C-mount, 0.55x, 40mm
AUD129.00
ea
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Camera adapters suitable for Olympus Microscopes

1X

Cat. No.
Mag.
Style
Cmount
Trinocular Attachment
Overall Dimensions
Description
OYCC01
U-CMAD3
U-TV-2
1"x1/32
Diameter: 42mm
Height: 6mm
Tapered for screw
Diameter: 65mm
Height: 93mm
Simple C-mount adapter. Drops into a 42mm trinocular opening and tightens into a tapered section. Rotatable. Non-adjustable.
OYCC02
BH2
1"x1/32
Fits over a 50mm trinocular
3 screw down points 30mm apart
Diameter: 58mm
Height: 43mm
The underneath of this adapter has three tiers. The first is 35mm in diameter, the second is 50mm at which point 3 screw in points should be available on the microscope to secure the adapter to the body, there is a final tire that is 54mm. There should be an indent in the top of your microscope to allow for this final tier and for the adapter to sit flush. *Bolts not included* Non-rotatable. Non-adjustable.
OYCC03
U-CMT
1"x1/32
Screws onto a 41mm thread
Diameter: 55mm
Height: 41.5mm
Screws directly onto a 41mm thread. Would allow height adjustment via screw thread for about 20mm.
OYCC04
0.5X
Lock-Focus
1"x1/32
Diameter: 42mm
Height: 6mm
Tapered for screw
Diameter: 60mm
Height: 42mm
Adjust focus using the screw on the left, then fix that position using the screw on the right. Rotatable.
OYCC05
0.63X
Lock-Focus
1"x1/32
 
 
Adjust focus using the screw on the left, then fix that position using the screw on the right. Rotatable.
OYCC06
1x
1"x1/32
Fits over a 38mm trinocular
one screw down point
Diameter: 59mm
Height: 16.5mm
C-mount camera adapter for Olympus microscope
OYCC01
C-mount camera adapter for Olympus microscope
OYCC02
C-mount camera adapter for Olympus microscope
OYCC03
C-mount camera adapter for Olympus microscope
OYCC04
C-mount camera adapter for Olympus microscope
OYCC05
C-mount camera adapter for Olympus microscope
OYCC06
OYCC01
Camera adapter, for Olympus, 1x, C-mount, U-CMAD3/U-TV1X-2
AUD101.00
ea
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OYCC02
Camera adapter, for Olympus, 1x, C-mount, BH2
AUD63.00
ea
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OYCC03
Camera adapter, for Olympus, 1x, C-mount, U-CMT
AUD63.00
ea
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OYCC04
Camera adapter, for Olympus, 0.5x, C-mount, Lock Focus
AUD227.00
ea
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OYCC05
Camera adapter, for Olympus, 0.63x, C-mount, Lock Focus
AUD246.00
ea
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OYCC06
Camera adapter, for Olympus, 1x, C-mount, SZ60
AUD59.00
ea
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Camera adapters suitable for Leica Microscopes

1x

Cat. No.
Mag.
Style
Cmount
Trinocular Attachment
Overall Dimensions
Description
OLCCC01
 
1"x1/32
Diameter: 34mm
Height: 8mm
Bottom lip for screw
Diameter: 54mm
Height: 39mm
 
OLCCC02
541510 HC
1"x1/32
Diameter: 34mm
Height: 7.3mm
Bottom lip for screw
Diameter: 54.1mm
Height: 63mm
Made from polished stainless steel. Very solid construction.
C-mount camera adapter for Leica microscope
OLCCC01
Camera adapter for Leica inverted metallurgical microscope
OLCCC02
OLCCC01
Camera adapter, for Leica, C-mount
AUD131.00
ea
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OLCCC02
Camera adapter, for Leica, 541510 HC CCD, for inverted metallurgical
AUD155.00
ea
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Camera adapters suitable for Zeiss Microscopes

1x

Cat. No.
Mag.
Style
C-mount
Trinocular Attachment
Overall Dimensions
 
OCZCC02
45610501
60C
1"x2/3
Diameter: 30mm
Height: 10.9mm
Indented for screw
Diameter: 46.9mm
Height: 57.8mm
 
OCZCC03
45 6006
1"x2/3
 
 
Turns trinocular into third eyepiece port (30mm inner diameter).
Camera adapter for Zeiss microscope
OCZCC02
Camera adapter for Zeiss microscope
OCZCC03
OCZCC02
Camera adapter, for Zeiss, 1x, 45610501 60C
AUD82.00
ea
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OCZCC03
Camera adapter, for Zeiss, eyepiece tube, 30mm
AUD62.00
ea
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CAMERA ADAPTERS, C-MOUNT TO DSLR

ODSLR-C-200
Camera adapter, C-mount to DSLR, 2x, for Canon
AUD241.00
ea
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ODSLR-N-200
Camera adapter, C-mount to DSLR, 2x, for Nikon
AUD241.00
ea
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ODSLR-O-200
Camera adapter, C-mount to DSLR, 2x, for Olympus
AUD241.00
ea
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Image Analysis Software

Our cameras come with image processing software, ToupView™, this includes some analysis functions like particle counting and measurements. However, if you want more elaborate image analysis software, these software packages maybe suitable.

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Image Analysis Software
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