SONY IMX290 HDMI Microscope Camera has 180x magnification, excellent image quality and is Autofocus

SONY IMX290 HDMI Microscope Camera has 180x magnification, excellent image quality and is Autofocus

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This is an Autofocus SONY IMX290 Industry Microscope Camera with HDMI output, ideal for PCB inspection and board repair work. This microscope has some great reviews among professionals and hobbyists and is priced at €466 without the standing base, monitor and LED light. It’s resolution is 1080P FULL HD @ 60FPS with integrated UI menu which can be easily controlled with a mouse connected to the camera. When observing objects of different heights (MAX 10CM), you do not need to adjust the lens’s working distance as autofocus will engage. Also, when you adjust the lens’s magnification, you do not need adjust the lens’s working distance for the same reason. The image quality on a computer monitor looks crispy clear as you can see on Dave’s Video Review below and this can take your repair and assembly work at another level.

Specifications

  • Sensor: SONY IMX290
  • Image Sensor : Colour CMOS
  • Pixel size : 1/2.8〞
  • Menu : Fully digital UI design
  • Method of Operation : Mouse
  • Lens interface : C/CS-type
  • Power DC : DC5V
  • Output method : HDMI
  • White Balance : Auto / Manual / One-push control
  • Exposure : Auto / Manual
  • Display Frame rate : [email protected]
  • Scanning method : Line by line scanning
  • Shutter Speed : 1/50s(1/60s)~1/10000s
  • Operating Temperature : 0℃~50℃
  • Magnification / Zoom : Support
  • Saving function : Support TF card

C-MOUNT Lens

  • Working distance: 95mm
  • Zoom c-mount Lens
  • 0.5X C-mount adapter
  • Zoom ratios: 6.5:1
  • Objective Magnification Power by 0.7 – 4.5X(about 10 – 180X on the display)
  • Size: 180mm(L) * 50mm(DIA)

Review Video

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