OMAX 18.0MP USB3.0 Digital Camera for Microscope with 0.01mm Calibration Slide (Windows 8 & 10 Mac OS X Linux Compatible) A35180U3 Review
- Image sensor: Aptina 1/2. 3inch color CMOS; Resolution: 4912×3684 pixels (18M pixels); Pixel size: 1. 25 um x 1. 25 um; SNR: 36. 3 dB; Dynamic Range: 65. 8 dB; Frame speed: 5. 6fps at 4912×3684, 18. 1fps at 2456×1842, 32. 2fps at 1228×922
- Interface: USB 3. 0 (compatible with USB 2. 0); Reduction lens: 0. 5X, fit to 23. 2mm eyepiece tube; 0. 01 mm calibration slide: 1mm/100 division
- Mounting: C-mount or eyepiece tube (23. 2mm/30mm/30. 5mm)
- Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10, Mac OS and Linux operating system
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One was from the MA family, the other from the MU family.Recomendado it’s take a lot of time to adjust the right camera setting for a good quality.If you get this particular camera, , you are going to need a faster computer, maybe at least a 3.Most of the fine tuning is greyed out on included software.So far I’ve played with both the still and video capture features with success.Once you calibrate the software, you can annotate images with measurements.I received for Christmas a couple of years ago.The version of the software I got is just disappointing, it barely let me take pictures, and indeed the options for that are very low.The image quality is very usably good; but not great.I was a little disappointed with the TupeLite software for Linux.I bought this for work.My effort to resolve the problem, though, gave me a chance to work with the Omax tech support folks.It is easy to set up, the software is much better than what I had seen in similar products and it even allow us to do some basic reference measuring.The framerate specifications are as follows:Frame speed: 5.Full use of video recording features should have a "dedicated" USB 3 port and a 3.