Celestron Handheld Digital Microscope Pro (Gray)

BH #CEHDMP • MFR #44308
Celestron Handheld Digital Microscope Pro (Gray)
Key Features
  • 5.0MP CMOS Sensor: 1600 x 1200 Array
  • 5-Element IR Cut Glass Lens System
  • EFL: 15.8mm/AFOV: 13°
  • 20 - 200x, Up to 800x on Select Monitors
Enhance your workbench or lab with Celestron's Handheld Digital Microscope Pro. This compact magnifying tool offers handheld and stand-mounted operating options. Using the included wide stand with a metal rod, it allows you to adjust and secure your working distance and the horizontal position of the microscope above your samples. The base also provides two pre-loaded clips to hold your slides or flat samples. With its 5.0MP imaging sensor (capable of capturing still images and videos), infrared-reducing 5-element glass lens, and an 8-LED illumination ring, you capture bright and crisp high-resolution images and 30 fps videos. Optimized for 3D examination of larger objects, this kit also can be useful to study miniature artifacts by bumping up the magnification power. The effective magnifying power depends on the size of your monitor and can be increased up to 800x. The device also provides a wide angle of view, an unlimited focusing distance starting from 0.4" (10mm), and an integrated USB cord shutter control.
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Celestron 44308 Overview

Enhance your workbench or lab with Celestron's Handheld Digital Microscope Pro. This compact magnifying tool offers handheld and stand-mounted operating options. Using the included wide stand with a metal rod, it allows you to adjust and secure your working distance and the horizontal position of the microscope above your samples. The base also provides two pre-loaded clips to hold your slides or flat samples. With its 5.0MP imaging sensor (capable of capturing still images and videos), infrared-reducing 5-element glass lens, and an 8-LED illumination ring, you capture bright and crisp high-resolution images and 30 fps videos. Optimized for 3D examination of larger objects, this kit also can be useful to study miniature artifacts by bumping up the magnification power. The effective magnifying power depends on the size of your monitor and can be increased up to 800x. The device also provides a wide angle of view, an unlimited focusing distance starting from 0.4" (10mm), and an integrated USB cord shutter control.

Imager, Optics, Illumination

  • 5.0MP CMOS sensor
  • Captures still images with resolution of 5.0MP, 3.0MP, 1.3MP; 12MP using VGA interpolation
  • Captures VGA videos at 30 fps
  • Shutter speeds from 1/1000 to 1 second
  • 20-200x system magnification
  • 5-element infrared-reducing glass lens
  • 15.8mm effective focal length
  • 13° angular field of view
  • Focusing range from 0.4" (10mm) to infinity
  • Illumination ring consists of 8 LEDs with adjustable brightness
  • Power and data visual data transfer via USB 2.0 connection

Construction Details

  • Handheld or mounted operation
  • Stand with metal rod with adjustable height and rotation
  • Wide stable sample base with two pre-loaded slide clips
  • 4' long USB 2.0 cable with an integrated shutter trigger and LED brightness wheel
UPC: 050234443081

Celestron 44308 Specs

Microscope TypeDigital
Nosepiece1-Position Nosepiece
Imaging
Optical Magnification20 to 200x
Monitor: 800x (Max)
Max Resolution5 MP
Additional Resolutions3 MP (Interpolated)
1.3 MP (Interpolated)
12 MP (Interpolated)
SensorCMOS
Working Distance0.4" to Infinity / 10 mm to Infinity
A/V Recording
Video Format640 x 480 at 30 fps
Connectivity/System Requirements
Wired ConnectivityUSB 2.0
General
Power SourceUSB
DisplayNo
Dimensions4.3 x 1.4" / 11 x 3.5 cm (Microscope)
6.9 x 5.5 x 4.3" / 17.5 x 14 x 11 cm (Stand)
Weight32 oz / 907 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.915 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.7 x 6.8 x 5.4"
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