Connects to Monitor
Connect your microscope camera directly to your monitor via USB or HDMI and stream the field of view for students, colleagues, and other hobbyists to see.
If you don't require detailed recordkeeping in your application but hunching over the lens doesn't sound appealing, you can connect your microscope camera directly to a monitor and stream the live view with no lag between what's under the lens and what's on the screen. Who is a straight to monitor microscope camera for?
Not all industrial inspection applications require detailed recordkeeping. Sometime your role is just validation, and you're trusted to get it right. In that case, a monitor is a simple ergonomic choice.
Students engage with technology, and they love to collaborate. A microscope camera that connects to a monitor is an affordable way to get students more interested in science class.
You share images with your social group. You participate in learning sessions. A microscope camera that goes straight to a monitor is an easy way to build the social aspects of your hobby.
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Sometimes it's easiest to separate your workflow into two categories:
When you want to stream microscope camera images now, and annotate them with useful observational information later, connecting a microscope camera directly to a monitor supports your workflow.
The best way to connect your microscope camera to your monitor
There isn't a universal best way. But there are three primary ways that you can connect your microscope camera to a monitor display.
HDMI. Most monitors support HDMI input, and a handful of camera models do too. The data transfer is fast, so there's no delay between what the camera captures and what you see on the screen.
USB. USB is now all but universal. USB 2.0 transfers high quality images seamlessly. USB 3.0 carries even more data quicker. There are rare instances where USB 2.0 loses visual information to buffering. USB 3.0 will not.
WiFi. Microscope cameras that connect to WiFi enabled smart devices can also connect to smart displays. Data transfer speed is high, and most can stream images in full HD (1080P) with no data loss.
Find your preferred mix of features below and order today for free shipping
You'll find professional-quality models from Optixcam, Meiji, and Motic below, each with a rich selection of features and high sensitivity so you get the image quality your application calls for.
Not sure which one will work with your microscope, or what features are the most valuable for your application? Give us a call. We love talking about this stuff, and we'll help you figure out exactly what you need.
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