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Tasco 780200T - Microscopio digital 10x/60x/120x, rojo y plata

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  • Microscopio USB 10x, 60x y 120x
  • Podrás ver detalles microscópicos en la pantalla de tu ordenador y captar fotos (1280 x 1024 píxeles) o vídeos (640 x 480 píxeles)
  • Incluye kit de accesorios preparados y portaobjetos
  • Ampliación 10x60x120x
  • 1280x1024 imágenes fijas
  • 640x480 imágenes de vídeo
  • gran herramienta educativa
  • ver el mundo microscópico de las plantas y los animales

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Detalles técnicos
Año de fabricación2012
Peso del producto1,2 Kg
Dimensiones del producto21,6 x 20,7 x 16,5 cm
Número de modelo del producto780200T
Número de producto780200T
Pilas / baterías incluidasNo
Pilas / baterías necesarias
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Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon nº691.296 en Electrónica (Ver los 100 más vendidos)
Restricciones de envíoEste producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
Producto en Amazon.es desde16 de julio de 2012

Descripción del producto


Entdecken Sie den Forscher in sich: Mit dem genialen digitalen Mikroskop gehen Sie den Dingen auf den Grund!
Wählen Sie die gewünschte Vergrößerung - 10-, 60- oder gar 120-fach, verbinden das Mikroskop per USB 2.0 mit Ihrem PC und schon können Sie die Vergrößerungen ganz bequem und hochauflösend auf Ihrem Computer-Bildschirm betrachten. Auch können Sie nun die vergrößerten Bilder aufnehmen und Ihre Beobachtungen per Videosequenz aufzeichen!
Nicht nur Kinder sind begeistert von den (mit diesem erstaunlich preisgünstigen Gerätes möglichen) Einblicken in die faszinierende Mikrowelt.
Das silberfarben/rote Gerät von Tasco ist handlich, einfach im Aufbau und leicht zu bedienen: Eine hilf- und lehrreiche Bereicherung für Schule und Universität und ein großartiger Spaß für die ganze Familie!
Bildauflösung: 1.3 MP, Videoauflösung: 640x480 Pixel per Frame.
Lieferung inkl. USB-Kabel. 230 V. Maße: H 25 x B 13 x T 16 cm.

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Amazon.com: 2.5 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 16 opiniones
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 7 yr old loves it. 30 de diciembre de 2014
Por CB - Publicado en Amazon.com
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My daughter loves the fact she can view everything on a computer screen rather than through a small eyepiece, which in my mind having fun is much more likely to get her interested in science. The big selling feature (besides the cost) was the fact that the viewing table is adjustable and there is a bottom light source unlike some similar items on Amazon. We bought some pre-made slides and they look great. The software setup was easy (we have an older laptop with Vista) and all of the features work although they are pretty basic.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas My son loves it and it shows great pics too 9 de enero de 2015
Por Joy - Publicado en Amazon.com
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My son loves it and it shows great pics too!! Great for the curious person that wants a full view via computer and the still photo are great too.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas a decent inexpensive microscope 12 de octubre de 2011
Por W. Sears - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I bought 6 of these microscopes to use at my plastic parts manufacturing company. I hook them up to Windows XP and 7 laptops, and my equipment operators look at our parts for defects, mostly on 10x.

- Decent pictures. The default is JPEG images. They look good and the file size is small (119K for a standard pic).
- Decent lighting. There are two built-in lights, one on top and one on the bottom. The three lighting settings are top only, bottom only or top+bottom.
- Works with XP and Windows 7.
- Gets power from the USB port on the computer, so no external power adapter is required.
- The focusing mechanism works well.
- The 10x, 60x and 120x all give decent images.

None for what I use the microscopes for.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Four Stars 16 de marzo de 2015
Por Amber - Publicado en Amazon.com
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great for the price. The software isn't very user friendly.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas General purpose microscope - not perfect, but good enough at this price point compared to competition 24 de noviembre de 2011
Por Joel Avrunin - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I have used quite a few of these under-$100 USB microscopes, and none of them are truly stellar. If you search on Amazon, you will find other listings from the likes of Celestron, Carson, and others. Each one has a feature that sets it apart. For instance, the Celestron 44302-A Deluxe Handheld Digital Microscope 2MP has a measurement function in the software, something lacking from the Tasco. So what sets the Tasco apart and where does it lack?

-Many of these inexpensive USB microscopes have no stand - this comes with a nice looking plastic stand with a built-in table and focus knob.
-The microscope can separate from the stand as a handheld inspection microscope.
-Microscope has 2 LED lights, overhead illuminating for large objects and underneath light for slides (most of these USB microscopes only have an overhead light)
-Microscope plugs into the stand to provide power to the secondary light
-Software installed quickly on Win7 - it is fairly basic, but works
-Software has sub-menu for special effects (color reverse, class, emboss, sepia) and also zoom
-Microscope has 10x, 60x, and 120x controls
-Microscope has hard button controls for light (off-top-bottom-both) and a snapshot hard button
-Video update over USB is not exactly live, but fast enough to do some basic work under microscope
-Microscope comes with 5 prepared slides (apple, broad bean leaf, hyrdrilla leaf, pollen, onion bulb skin). There are also 7 blank slides, a petri dish, brine shrimp eggs, sea salt, some dye, gum media for slides, and tweezers. The prepared slides are nice, but you really need more than 120x to see much on them

-Stand focus knob is tight and moves coarsely. In 120x mode, it is hard to fine focus without slipping past spot.
-120x optics are abysmal. 10x and 60x look great, but image is very soft at 120x and really doesn't focus well. This is likely due to cheap optics.
-Operating distance even at 10x is 1", and there is no barlow adapter or similar to increase focal length. If you plan to do fine assembly under the microscope, there is not much space.
-Top light is weak - I sometimes need a small flashlight to make image brighter
-Software is as bare bones as it gets - it shows an image, captures the screenshot, and will make uncompressed AVI videos. I had a USB microscope 10 years ago that had digital zoom control, buttons for snapshots, and an attractive interface all in software. This ships with CamApp Version from AVEO Corp - it might be freeware. Software also has obvious misspellings like "zoom enalbe".
-Brine shrimp eggs and petri dish - nice idea, but I'm dubious about it not just making a mess. Instructions say nothing about how to hatch them other than telling you to go on the Internet and search!
-Video update is fairly lively (and really fast at lower resolutions), but if you're moving a sample and the light changes, the video will freeze while contrast auto adjusts

Conclusion? You're not going to get a lab grade microscope for under $100. They are all essentially toys with their own weaknesses. The Tasco stands out because of the secondary light and the stand. A star rating must consider the competition, and since I haven't seen much better for this price, I give it 4 stars.

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