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Tripod photographic and video
3-Way panhead with quick release plate
Central column with geared elevator and adjustable tension
Horizontal and vertical bubble level
Carrying handle and carrying case
Ultima 65 and 80 mm spotting scopes
Recommended for: All Celestron binoculars (except 20x80 and 25x100 SkyMaster)
Includes 0.25''-20 mounting screw
90 Vertical platform
Max extended height: 63''
Folded height: 27''
Dimensions: 6'' H x 6'' W x 21'' D
Perfect for teens and adults, the Mini Handheld Digital Microscope is a fun educational tool and well suited for hobbyists, industrial Q.C. and inspection, medical and science applications. Use the microscope to examine objects such as coins, stamps, rocks, gems, relics, insects, plants, skin, circuit boards and much more.
Mini Handheld Digital Microscope Powered by a 2.0 USB Cable
Digital Camera - built-in 1.3MP for Snapshot Images (with up to 5MP with interpolation) and Videos
Power - 15 to 30x
Planetary filters enhance details on Jupiter, Saturn, Mars and Venus
Fully-coated eyepieces for higher magnification
Moon filter allows detailed views of the Moon especially during the brighter phases
Plastic carrying case with foam
Micro fiber cloth safely cleans optics without scratching or leaving residue
15 mm kellner eyepiece
9 mm kellner eyepiece
80A blue planetary filter
25 Red planetary filter
Carrying case fits all of the included items in the die-cut foam interior
Motor Drive for Celestron AstroMaster or PowerSeeker EQ series telescopes. Allow for automatic tracking of objects on your AstroMaster EQ Mount. No more turning knobs, let the motor drive track objects for you! Without a motor drive the AstroMaster telescope tracks objects in the sky manually. For example, if you had Saturn or Jupiter in your eyepiece, the object would only stay in your field-of-view at high magnifications for a few seconds. To track objects manually, you need to turn the knobs on the EQ mount to keep the object in your view. Each time you turn the knob, the image shake makes viewing the object impossible, making you wait for the telescope to stabilize again. A motor drive eliminates the need for manually tracking objects. Once your object is located, simply turn on the motor drive and adjust the speed to match the objects tracking speed. The motor drive runs for up to 40 hours on one included 9 volt battery.
Motor Drive allows for tracking objects in the sky
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Digital microscope kit
Biological microscope with powers from 40x to 600x
Zoom eyepiece from 10x to 20x
4x, 15x, 30x Objective lenses
3 Prepared slides, rocks and honeybee wing
Compatible with PC only
Top and bottom electric illumination, imaging software included on CD-ROM
Dimensions: 5'' H x 11'' W x 13'' D
What our shoppers say:
Can't review because I received the WRONG product!
After waiting and watching this item for about a month online, because it was out of stock and stores didn't have it, it finally became available on Jan. 2, 2013, for one day only and I was able to order one to be shipped to my store. I was so elated to get one, finally, because I needed to take pictures of some samples I had to show my doctor! I had already purchased the Vivitar microscope for $10, and it was doing a good job but I needed pictures now. My only concern was the delivery date was a little too far out but was hoping it would arrive sooner. I tracked the order from Calif. via Fedex to San Antonio, TX, and I received an email confirming delivery to my store on Jan. 9, a day before my doctor's appt., and I was so happy! Perfect timing!\n\nI went to the store to pick up my new microscope, that I paid $44 for, and the clerk quickly went into the back room and came out with a box for me, and I was just so releived that I finally had it in my hands because I had an urgent, almost emergency, situation that I needed it for. So the clerk proceeds to open the box, it just said Walmart on the outside of the box, and I asked him why he was opening it? To make sure you got the right product you ordered, he said. Well, it wasn't! It was a microscope, but the WRONG one! It was in a big, plastic case that he opened up, and it contained an iOptron model that was the same as the Vivitar I already had, with no camera! It was even cheaper than the one I ordered, $30, on sale for $19! I couldn't believe it! I was totally dejected after waiting so long to get one! How could Walmart have sent me the wrong one, when the order had the right barcode and picture of the Celestron microscope with the Digital Kit? After thanking the clerk for opening the box and checking, I asked him how this could happen? He checked the barcode on my order and confirmed it was the right one, and when he checked the iOptron case, it didn't even have a barcode to scan! Someone screwed up big time, and it totally screwed up my day and my plans! Such a simple thing, you would think.\n\nSo, the item was out of stock again, and all I could do is get my money back. And I'm still looking and waiting to get one. As far as the product, I think it's a good deal, as long as the pictures come out okay. I don't understand why Walmart can't stock more of these items in its stores? It runs $60-$80 elsewhere on the internet, plus shipping. Depressed and upset in San Antonio!