AM7013MZT4 Dino-Lite Premier
Featuring over 400x magnification, rotatable polarization, and five megapixel resolution.
Delivery within Australia $10.00
All prices are inclusive of 10% GST
Simply powered by USB 2.0
Digitize the microscopy experience; allow easy recording and sharing of observations in the office or out in the field with a compatible PC or MAC
Useful for suppressing glare from reflective materials, such as metals, plastics, or glass, and applicable in dermatology for observing the sub dermal layer of skin.
Tough aluminum alloy housing that is treated to diffuse static, rust resistant, scratch resistant, and ROHS compliant.
Under magnification the slightest movement can be a big change. You can use the MicroTouch II, a protruding and easy to find touch sensitive trigger on the Dino-Lite that minimizes movement when used for taking pictures.
The Dino-Lite Premier AM7013MZT4 digital handheld microscope allows you to see at 430x~470x magnifications with the benefits of adjustable polarization. It has a five megapixel sensor that allows you to view great detail and capture large images at 2592 x 1944.This model is ideal for situations that require over 400x magnification with polarization yet need the large details of a five megapixel sensor.
The polarization ability allows you to see fine details of surfaces such as semi-transparent materials like; jewelry, skin, glass, or plastic. It is also ideal for examining highly reflective materials, such as metals or solder joints. The polarizer on the AM7013MZT4 can be freely adjusted allowing for different amount of polarization for effective examination. The Dino-Lite Premier AM7013MZT4 is an USB 2.0 device allowing you to digitally examine objects on your computer. It comes with DinoCapture 2.0 software that allows you to take pictures, record video, and annotate on images. Certain models such as this also feature measurement and calibration tools. The AM7013MZT4 is a great tool for high magnification imaging that requires polarization
Information about working distance and field of view