OPTICAL magnification of 10x - 50x, 230x, 640 x 480 0. 30 frames per second (video) with a 3MP image resolution
4 LEDs that do not turn off
Students, hobbyists, and professionals alike will find it simple to use.
Windows (XP/Vista/7/8/10) and Mac OS 10 are both supported. Android versions 5 and up
The SOFTWARE that comes with the camera has a lot of features for saving, annotating, comparing, and analyzing images.
Questions & Answers
I purchased the 99-dollar version, assuming that it included the plastic holder as well as 220x magnification. Was that supposed to happen?
Is it true that the desktop holder was not included in the package?
Is the Samsung Tab 3 compatible with this? If that's the case, what connectors and other components are needed?
You should only require a standard USB 2. If you don't have a port, you can use an adaptor cable to connect to one that you do have.
Is it possible to adjust the light on the model AM7115mzt from low to high settings?
Hello, William. Yes, this model has variables. the intensity of the illumination Thank you very much, br>
Will the Ugreen micro usb adapter work with Samsung phones if I purchase it?
I'm not sure if you'd want to use it with a phone because the light and camera are powered by the USB port. I believe it would quickly deplete your battery, but it is a good scope.
Selected User Reviews For Dino-Lite USB Digital Microscope AM2111-0.3MP, 10x - 50x, 230x Optical Magnification, 4 LEDs
This is the most useful tool in my dermatology practice; I'm a dermatologist, and I use it to analyze moles, pigmentation, and scalp disorders in my patients
It's fantastic; the software was simple to install and use on my Mac iOS13, and I was able to save high-resolution images with ease. This is my favorite tool in the office; it's much less expensive than a dermatoscope.
| Jan 28, 2021
This has been my favorite Amazon purchase of the year! What a hoot this thing is! This is what I bought to check on my flowers
I've been using 20-minute intervals for years. 60 loupes for jewelers with high magnification. In my review, I included a few photos of trichomes. I didn't put it on a stand; instead, I leaned it against the plant. Any movement made in this way could cause a blur. My plants, for example, are cooled by fans. Look at how great these photos are in light of the circumstances. It was also only magnified by 150 times. I didn't buy it as a toy; instead, I bought it as a tool. However, I've spent the entire day looking at everything with it plugged into my phone. This is a great deal of fun! Any grower will find this a valuable asset. br>Also, if you plan to use this on your phone, remember to purchase an adapter. My Galaxy S8 Plus and my PC are both happy with it. br>I'm going to put money aside for the Hi Res version. Until then, I'm a big fan of this.
| Jul 30, 2021
Before using the microscope, you'll probably need to change some Microsoft settings
This is something I got to help my son and daughter with their distance learning. Okay, I'll admit, I thought it was pretty cool as well! It was a nice little tech toy that I could afford, and it was just useful enough to keep my wife quiet about my purchase. It performs admirably, better than I had anticipated but not quite as well as I had hoped. I'd like to be able to use it to get a good look at cells, but I don't think that's possible with this microscope. The level just below that, however, is something it excels at. For me, on my laptop, the video is of excellent quality. Although I have a capable machine with a discrete graphics card and a 12-core processor, this should have a minor impact on the results. My kids are excited and impressed with it right out of the box and without any actual thought and preparation into using it to learn anything important; fibers of cloth, details on coins, and the ability to view printed letters just at the level where you begin to see dots are the levels where this microscope does its best; my kids are excited and impressed with it right out of the box and without any actual thought and preparation into using it to learn anything important; ) I'm also excited about the possibility of using it with my Android phone, even though I don't have a USB C to B or whatever the adapter's name is. They are, however, less than $10, so I will be purchasing one soon. I have a OnePlus that I purchased directly from the company rather than through a carrier, and I'm fairly tech-savvy (bachelor's degree in CIS), so I'm confident that it will work this way. I see complaints that it isn working with a variety of phones, but limits placed by US carriers and manufacturers could be the cause of most of those issues, user error% Most of these can be overcome with a lot of time and effort spent on research. Just some tips for those who are having issues with their Android phones. Unless you write your own software, iOs will not work with this model; the app is only for wifi-capable models, which this is not. I have a lightning to USB adapter, so I'll put it to the test on my iPad Pro soon. Who knows, it might work, but I'm not going to waste my time writing software to make it happen. I'm just not that good at programming, and it would take me so long to finish that the microscope would most likely disintegrate before I finished. If you require this functionality on iOS, the wifi-capable version is the best option.
in a fashionable manner In order to use it on the go, you'll need a compatible device and an OTG cable. I had a lot of trouble getting it to work as a handheld portable microscope. It worked flawlessly on my PC, with no issues connecting or seeing it up there, but I bought it for its portability. To connect the microscope to the handheld device, I needed to buy an OTG cable first. No problem, Amazon has it for $6 - Then I had to go out and get a new phone or tablet - I'd been putting off replacing my 5 year old. This prompted me to do so, but aside from the best Apple products, there are no concrete details about which phone or tablet will work. I'm an older woman who is used to using Android devices, and I couldn't afford the latest Apple device on my disability income anyway. Finally, I decided on the J3 Android model and was thrilled to discover that it worked with the app. So, all in all, I'm quite pleased with this microscope. I can view the trichomes on my plants in video and still images, save them, share them, and so on. It took some practice to dial in exactly what I wanted to see, but I got pretty good at it pretty quickly. Although the resolution could be higher, for the price, it is ideal for my needs! It's also a lot of fun to look at other things like skin, hair strands, food crumbs, and anything else.
| Oct 24, 2021
Image quality is a bit hazy
For a digital microscope, there isn't enough resolution. It's grainy at full 640x480 resolution, making the small details I need to see nearly impossible to see. There are microscopes that are superior to this one. To make matters worse, if you own one of their less expensive models, the software disables many of its most useful features. scopes of work I now have to save the image and bounce it out to Photoshop, where I have a template that gives me the angles I need for comparison. There's no reason to disable these advanced features, and the poor image quality isn't exactly an incentive to upgrade to their higher-end models. scopes of work This is one you should stay away from. br>br>Instead, I'm looking at the Andonstar USB microscopes, which cost $55 (on a certain auction site) and have a 2MP resolution and a magnification of up to 500x, which is more than 2. This model costs five times as much as this one. I know this microscope will work because a colleague of mine is using it for the same purpose as I am. .
| Jun 04, 2021
It was an adequate performance
The performance is adequate, but the image is unsteady unless it is mounted on a stand, which must be purchased separately.
| Nov 02, 2021
For our purposes, the images are too pixelated
Although this is a cool device, the images are too pixelated for our needs (photographic artifacts up close). For presentations and reports, I'd like to have more crisp, clear images.
| May 14, 2021