This is a Dino-Lite features blog focusing on fluorescence. All the sample images shown in this post were taken with Dino-Lite fluorescence models.
This post is to provide you with the general overview of Dino-Lite digital microscopes and our product line.
Microscopes have been around for quite a long time now, and these devices have contributed to countless discoveries. Prior to advances in technology, microscopes have been primarily composed of a series of magnifying glasses. With these, for high order magnification to be achieved, the microscope had to be bulky and expensive.
Selecting the right microscope can have a lot to do with how close or far the scope can be from your viewing subject. Working Distance: The linear distance between the end of the microscope nozzle and the subject Microscopes focus at a set corresponding magnification per specific working distance.
Measurement features turn a microscope camera into a powerful device. It relies on both the microscope’s hardware and software capabilities. Here are some Dino-Lite features to consider when measuring:
Dino-Lite USB microscopes pack a lot of imaging power into a small portable design. Portability is a huge factor for many users, but how can you use the USB Dino-Lite without a computer? Did you know a Raspberry Pi could be used to connect a Dino-Lite to a screen? Here are some of the options…
If your Dino-Lite has EDOF focus-stacking abilities, then your model will also have autofocus! This allows your USB Dino-Lite digital microscope to automatically focus and refocus – as long as your subject is within focal range.
EDOF: Extended Depth Of Field Microscopes and cameras are used for almost any kind of application, and almost every application can encounter depth-of-field issues. Some USB digital Dino-Lite microscope models with Extended Depth of Field – shortened to EDOF – help users look at the “big picture” at higher magnification levels with minimal blurriness.
Often times a reflective surface is hard to view completely and accurately however by using a polarizer these surfaces are easily revealed for clear and effective viewing..