Extech MC108 Digital Mini Microscope

Extech MC108 Digital Mini Microscope


The Extech Digital Mini Microscope captures and downloads up to 60 jpg images (320x240 pixels) images to a PC.


  • 5 Image Effect modes
  • Includes microscope stand for hands-free viewing
  • Dual window view
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The Extech Digital Mini Microscope features a 1.8" TFT color LCD screen with 2MB memory that captures and downloads up to 60 JPEG images (320x240 pixels) to a PC. The dual windown simultaneously displays the magnified image next to the original image with 5 image effect modes: normal, gray, inverse, emboss, and dual window view. The optical zoom has a 7x to 27x range and the digital zoom a 4x range. The thress white LED's have an adjustable brightness for object illumination to take better pictures. Real-time imaging is viewed on a PC screen via the USB interface and included software. A microscope stand is included for hands-free viewing.

Notable Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 4.7 x 2.2 x 0.8" (120 x 56 x 20mm)
  • Weight: 2.5oz (70g) without batteries
What's Included:
  • (1) Microscope
  • (1) Cleaning cloth
  • (1) Wrist strap
  • (1) Stand
  • (1) PC software with mini USB cable
  • (3) AAA Ni-MH rechargeable batteries
  • (1) 100 to 240VAC (50/60Hz) adaptor/charger
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