Imaging coins can be a little tricky to master as the reflective nature of coins can turn capturing a simple picture into a challenging task. Here are a few tips for getting a nice crisp image with a Dino-Lite digital microscope.
Since 1590, the microscope has been used to examine items with immense detail at a close range. In today’s world, microscopes have countless applications across a variety of industries. They’re often used in the medical and scientific fields, of course, but they’re even utilized in everything from art identification to technological inspection. In today’s post,…
Traditional microscopes are often used in classroom settings and laboratories whereas digital microscopes may be used at home or in a personal lab. Both microscopes have their advantages and allow you to successfully study a given specimen.
A simple piece of jewelry can hold a lot of meaning for its owner, making any damage to the piece very distressing. Luckily, there are plenty of jewelry repair technicians ready to take on the job of restoring a beautiful ring, earring, or necklace to its original luster. In order to do the job well,…
Microscope technology has rapidly advanced since the Italian scientist Francesco Stelluti made the first recorded microscopic observations of a bee in 1625. While seeing the microscopic details of this bee may have been the big news of 1625, today’s microscopes can magnify much smaller objects. Digital microscopes take the technology even further with microscope cameras…
In Part One of this series, you discovered three classroom lessons that use digital microscopes. These tools are essential for young students to explore the world around them and learn valuable skills in a variety of disciplines. Bring inspection microscopes into your classroom and engage your students in these fun lessons. The Skinny On Skin
When working with a microscope, taking a picture and working with a sample can prove difficult at times! This article goes over easy and complex ways to take images with your Dino-Lite USB digital microscope.
Looking at a specimen can sometimes require multiple magnification levels, and sometimes even multiple cameras. Whether you are looking at your sample for inspection, cataloging, or for fun, consider looking at your sample in different ways! Experiment with different angles and lighting. With a digital microscope, you can also experiment with different magnification levels.
Portability is a huge factor for many users, especially when fieldwork in involved. With a portable digital microscope set-up, taking petrographic samples can be done easily and quickly in the lab as well as the field.
Portable dermatology microscopes are suitable for rapid, detailed images of the skin, that can be stored, edited or analyzed. This allows professionals to work more efficiently and makes DermaScopes ideal for quick scans, screening or pre-screening of potential patients.