Aven Cyclops 3.0 Digital Microscope

Aven Cyclops 3.0 Digital Microscope

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Aven Cyclops 3.0 Digital Microscope combines ease-of-use with advanced digital microscope technology in one compact device. The Cyclops 3.0 is an innovative digital microscope that connects directly to an HD monitor as well as a computer, or to both simultaneously with magnification ranges up to 140x. This microscope features built-in HDMI and USB outputs with 4x objective lens and image capture software that includes measurement and editing tools. In addition, the software provides Compare mode, Measurement mode, and Device Control mode. Aven Cyclops 3.0 Digital Microscope increases accuracy and productivity while easing eye strain and user fatigue.

Features

  • Advanced measurement software included for PC Mode (via download)
  • Crystal-clear 1080p full HD
  • USB C – High-speed transmission
  • Built-in 30 LED ring light
  • Included Measurement Software
  • Continuous calibration
  • USB 3.0 output
  • HDMI output

Specifications

  • Package Contents
    • Cyclops 3.0
    • Standard stand
    • USB cable
    • HDMI cable
    • Power supply
    • IR remote control
    • Calibrator
    • 4x objective lens
    • White balance card
    • User’s guide
  • Magnification 13x to 140x magnification
  • 1920*1080 effective pixels
  • 3.8mm to 40mm field of view
  • 22mm to 214mm working distance
  • 1.6A power consumption
  • -5°C to +50°C operating temperature range

more information: https://www.aventools.com/Cyclops-3.0-Digital-Microscope

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Bret Tschacher

Someone please tell me why this scope has such a $400 price range from one outlet to another?

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