There is a common misconception that the higher a magnification limit is, the better the microscope is. Although you can observe much more detail at higher magnification ranges, the field of view, working distance, and depth of field become much smaller and more challenging to work with. To get an idea of how the field…
One of the most cost-effective features in Dino-Lite software are the digital overlays. These include crosshairs, grids, and concentric circles with adjustable spacing to suit the needs of your application. Application Suggestions Overlays are great for these and other applications: Density checks with the grid overlay Aligning parts with crosshairs Concentricity spot checks with the…
Introducing the AM7025X Dino-Eye eyepiece camera. This is the first camera to take advantage of the high-quality Edge optics and sensor.
Dino-Lite microscopes are plug-n-play into Windows and Mac systems combined with free and easy to use software.
This is a Dino-Lite Digital Microscope application video focusing on coins. All the images shown were captured by Dino-Lite Microscopes, and in this blog we’ll talk about ways to capture images like these.
Dino-Lite EdgePLUS raises performance and quality to new heights in terms of color fidelity, frame rate, and low-light performance.Combining the latest in EdgePLUS technology with FLC and AMR features make the AM4517MZT and AM4517MZTL the right choice through a wide range of applications.
This is a Dino-Lite video focusing on zebrafish research applications. Zebrafish are very popular in scientific and medical research and are known as a model organism for studies relating to vertebrate development, developmental biology and human genetic diseases.
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 is a Dino-Lite digital microscope application blog post focusing on textiles. All the sample images shown were captured by Dino-Lite microscopes, and in this post, we’ll talk about the best ways to capture images like these.
This is a Dino-Lite digital microscope application blog post focusing on dermatology. All the sample images shown were captured by Dino-Lite microscopes, and in this post, we’ll talk about the best ways to capture images like these.
This post is to provide you with the general overview of Dino-Lite digital microscopes and our product line.
Today we’re taking an inside look into the newest members of the Dino-Lite family, the EdgePLUS series
Special Dino-lite microscopes offer higher magnification compared to our versatile standard models.
We are proud to announce that Dino-Lite is now a preferred partner with PledgeCents, an online fundraising platform for all Pre K – 12 needs. By creating this partnership, we hope we can help to provide a streamlined way for you to easily raise the funds needed to cover the cost of a Dino-Lite in classrooms. Join…
Understanding The History of the Microscope Unless you work in a lab, you may not realize that you can download an iPhone microscope app. This app can be used to view extremely small objects in extreme detail on your smartphone. While an iPhone microscope app has a wide variety of applications, microscopes have traveled a…
Microscopes have been a valuable tool for a long time — in fact, the first compound microscope was invented in the 1590s by Zacharias and Han Jansen. And today’s digital microscopes have evolved over time and offer several great benefits. But how do you choose the right microscope for your needs? Let’s explore a few…
Our ability to advance is unbelievable when you consider the scope of the human race. Science, in particular, has progressed at an incredibly fast rate; from the discovery of bacteria in 1683 to the remarkable handheld digital microscope cameras we have today, we seem to have no limits.
Invented in the 16th century, the very first microscopes were used to study insects, and they were nicknamed ‘flea glasses’. Microscope cameras have come a long way since they were were invented for studying insects. Referred to then as “flea glasses”, industrial microscopes have pulled off some amazing feats in current days. What started out…
The invention of the microscope profoundly altered and advanced our understanding of the universe and our place in it. But its history is a bit murky. We know that the first microscope was invented in 1590, but who invented it is unclear. The first patent on record came from Hans Lippershey, but historians note that…
The microscope has been one of the most important medical tools since its invention in the 16th century; by allowing scientists to visibly see bacteria and any damage that may have occurred, diagnosing ailments — from infection to disease — was exponentially easier. Since a clear diagnosis is crucial to treatment, and therefore recovery, microscopes…
When microscopes were invented, they changed the way people saw the world both around and within them. In a lot of ways, smartphones have done the same thing. Even before iOS and Android microscope apps were developed, the technology changed the way we live our lives.
Scientists estimate that the human body contains anywhere from 75 to 100 trillion cells. Obviously, these cells aren’t visible to the naked eye, and can only be seen through some of the most innovative and high-tech inspection microscopes.
The microscope is one of the most important tools for researchers, scientists, students, and more, but this device didn’t just pop out of nowhere. While the technology has advanced to USB microscope cameras and handheld digital microscopes today, the most basic iteration of the microscope came with the invention of glass. By knowing the origins…
For elementary school students, any opportunity for hands-on learning is valuable. With digital microscopes, students have an exciting new tool with which to explore science, math, and other interdisciplinary concepts. Allow your students to discover the world around them with these creative lesson plans that incorporate digital microscopes.
Digital microscopes are important tools that represent just how far scientific advances have come. The very first microscopes were invented in the 16th century and used to study insects, gaining the nickname “flea glasses.” Now, we’re far past flea glasses. Thanks to modern microscopes, we can view insects at the atomic level, while microscope USB…
Forensic scientists are tasked with the job of studying material that is left behind. Within the field of forensic science, this can mean studying the evidence of past massacres, epidemics, and current crime scenes. By studying all possible evidence, forensic scientists hope to determine the perpetrators of crimes or causes of situations. In this important…
Children are naturally curious. In fact, children are capable of understanding science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) subjects before they’re even a year old. But, like other concepts, STEM skills need to be intentionally developed as a child grows.
September brings us to Chicago, Santa Clara, LA, and Hartford. We will be attending and exhibiting at the following shows. Stop by our booth to see the latest products and talk to a technician.
We hope you’re staying cool, summer is still going strong! Chicago, San Antonio, and Atlanta. Come and visit us at any of these shows in August:
Scientists in Singapore and the US have developed a new method of detecting how scars will develop after a surgery or burn by using a breakthrough method with nanoparticles and a handheld fluorescent microscope. Armed with this information, doctors can take preventative measures to avoid serious scarring.
July takes us to San Francisco, Las Vegas, Orlando, San Jose, Chicago and San Antonio Visit our booth to see the latest from Dino-Lite microscopes
We’re gearing up for a busy summer! Las Vegas, Philadelphia, New York and Chicago visit us any of these shows..
Our shows in May are spread out with action on both coasts and a rare appearance in Utah! Houston, Del Mar, Orlando, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, Pasadena, and Atlanta, come visit us any of these shows..
Come visit us, see our latest products, and speak to our technicians. Our shows in April are on the East Coast! Indianapolis, Washington, DC, Orlando, Boston, and Chicago here are the shows where we will be exhibiting
I’ve always had an interest in things like archaeology and anthropology, the study of the past is fascinating. How experts can learn and understand how people in cultures lived and interacted a long time ago which can, in turn, help us understand the present and even the future is incredible. Recently, Dr. Isabelle Druc of…
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.
We’ve got a jam-packed calendar in February! Come visit us at one of the following shows to see what’s new and speak to a technician about your application. A full list of our event schedule is available at https://www.dinolite.us/tradeshows
While we wind down and enjoy the holiday season, we’re looking forward to bringing more quality microscopes with new features to you in the coming year! Here are our upcoming events.
Our technicians will be at the following events with the latest Dino-Lite microscopes and accessories on display. Visit our booth to try a Dino-Lite and see what it can do for your application.
Did you know we attend and exhibit at up to 70 different conferences, expos, and trade shows per calendar year? These are our events for September 2017..