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5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
5MP Digital Microscope Imager
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5MP Digital Microscope Imager

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Item #: 44422
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  • 5MP CMOS sensor replaces the eyepiece on your traditional microscope, turning any microscope that accepts 23mm or 30mm eyepieces into a digital microscope
  • Captures high resolution still images and 30 fps video, then downloads images directly to your Mac or Windows PC
  • Connects to your computer via USB
  • NEW robust software with additional features like measurement, calibration, note-taking and more

Overview

  • 5MP CMOS sensor replaces the eyepiece on your traditional microscope, turning any microscope that accepts 23mm or 30mm eyepieces into a digital microscope
  • Captures high resolution still images and 30 fps video, then downloads images directly to your Mac or Windows PC
  • Connects to your computer via USB
  • NEW robust software with additional features like measurement, calibration, note-taking and more

Description

Turn your traditional microscope into a digital microscope with the Celestron 5MP Digital Microscope Imager. It’s the perfect tool to capture high resolution images and 30 fps video and save those files directly to your PC. With a rugged aluminum housing, this imager can stand up to tough use in any classroom or lab. To get started, simply replace your microscope eyepiece with the imager, connect to the computer via USB and launch the Celestron Digital Imager HD software.

The imager works in full 5-megapixel resolution with Windows PCs and in 2-megapixel resolution with Macs. The imager’s new and improved software offers advanced features that researchers will appreciate. Note-taking mode enables you to highlight areas of your specimen for use in reports or presentations. A comparison tool allows you to compare two live streams side-by-side.

 

Compatibility List

Compatible
Windows Windows 7.1 to Windows 11
Mac OS Mac OSX 10.9 (Mavericks) to 12.3 (Monterey)

Specifications

FAQ

Q:

Which version of the Celestron Digital Imager HD software 44422 5MP Digital Imager?

A:

To make sure we are providing the best experience for our customers, we occasionally make slight changes to the products we sell. In this case, we have re-designed the housing and upgraded the software for the 44422 5MP Digital Imager. To make sure you download the correct software for your model, first identify if you have the OLD or NEW design.
OLD DESIGN

NEW DESIGN

If you have the new design, download the “Celestron Digital Imager V.1.0” software. *NOTE: Make sure to choose the correct software for your operating system- Mac or Windows

Q:

Why does my FOV seem reduced when viewing through my Celestron Digital Imager?

A:

When using a traditional microscope the light travels from the specimen through the objective lens, then through the eyepiece and then to your eye. In this scenario the final “light collector” is your own eye. With its’ 135° FOV, it is more than capable of viewing the complete stream of light from the projected through or reflected off of your specimen. However, when replacing the microscope’s eyepiece with the Celestron Digital Imager, the final “light collector” is now the CMOS sensor embedded in the Imager. As you can see from the diagram below, not only is the CMOS sensor smaller than the diameter of the eyepiece tube, but it is also closer to the specimen, therefore it only captures a fraction of the stream of light travelling through the eyepiece tube. This, therefore, reduces your FOV.

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