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Carson MA-30 MagniScope 8x monoculaire permanent 3x loupe 30x Microscope


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Information sur le produit
Hauteur5 pouces
Longueur9 pouces
Largeur5 pouces
Nombre de pièces1
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) incluse(s) Non
MarqueCarson

Détails sur le produit

  • Dimensions du produit: 17,8 x 5,1 x 5,1 cm ; 113 g
  • Numéro du modèle de l'article: MA-30
  • ASIN: B0000DGHGA
  • Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr : 4 avril 2012
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Descriptions du produit

MagniScope Carson s sont les instruments grossissants les plus insolites et utiles jamais offert. Deux -l-ments se combinent pour cr-er trois diff-rents dispositifs optiques ... une loupe monoculaire 8x20mm position 3x et quand enfil-es une pr-cision microscope 30x portable.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Functions well as a portable field microscope 1 mars 2013
Par Matthew Boot - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Use:
So far, I have used the MagniScope only as a portable tabletop microscope to view pointed and pinned ant specimen. For my purposes, this scope provided a good sized viewing field without too much eyestrain, at a relatively high magnification. It has been suitable for most of my specimen identification purposes. Although it will not offer the same ease of use as field lens, the magnification quality was well worth the price tag in a portable piece, and appears to be close to the stated 30x power. In my opinion, it offers a good substitute for students or hobbyists of the natural sciences who do not have access to more expensive/bulky microscopy equipment.

Design:
The good...The scope is sturdily built and feels durable (and slightly weighty) in the hand as the outer body of both pieces is constructed of metal, and not plastic. The transparent acrylic base piece keeps the scope stable enough to view confidently at such a high power and offered sufficient light to illuminate specimen evenly when used near a bright lamp. The focus adjustment rings were easy to use although the course focus on the 3x base was tighter than i felt was necessary.

The not so good...the 3x magnifier base is a bit underpowered in my opinion, and would be better served by a stronger magnification in the 8x to 12x range (even if it increased the price of the product a bit). However, as the 30x magnification was the real selling point of this product for me, this is only a minor complaint and would only increase this tool's versatility.

I also found the focus of the microscope set-up to be a bit limited in range...While sufficient for viewing flat surfaces or specimen set directly on the worktable, I had trouble finding a way to view specimen glued to small paper points sticking perhaps a two centimeters off the worktable. I would like to see screw in interchangeable acrylic end caps of varying lengths available to the buyer to increase versatility of the scope. As it was, I had to rig up a platform in order to view my pointed specimen.

And last, as other viewers have said, some sort hard of case to protect the scope would be a great addition for safe storage or protection.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 neat device 1 septembre 2013
Par Robert Wright - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm pleased with it. It's well-made, very functional. The monocular is small and light, nice sharp image, good field of view, gathers light well. The microscope (or loupe) fitting is easy to use, has even focus right across the field, and doesn't need much help to gather enough light to give a good view. The tall transparent cone allows for a lot of light to hit the subject. I thought it might need an artificial light source, but ambient light even indoors mostly gets the job done. A drawback is that the microscope fitting is relatively large, so you're not likely to have it in your pocket when you stumble upon something interesting. Another drawback is that the monocular doesn't have lens caps, a lanyard, or a case of any sort, so you're not going to throw it in your gadget bag until you find some protection for it. That's why I'm giving it 4 stars - a case that would keep the two pieces protected, and together, would be nice, plus protection for the monocular if you want to use it when you're out and about. A little fleece eyeglasses bag would work fine though.

Overall, this device is useful enough, and gadgety enough, and good-quality-enough, to make a nice gift. "Oh isn't that cool, and look - I can see grains of salt like they're pebbles!"
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I was impressed! 5 septembre 2014
Par Rick - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Amazing little scope and microscope! This scope has a quality coating on both the eyepiece and objective lens that's blue/purple in color. Brightness is great compared to similar cheap silver monoculars of the same style. The microscope portion is unique and the quality is comparable to the monocular itself. Overall the only negative is the lack of a case for either device. A zipper pouch would be nice for carrying in a bag or suitcase. One final improvement would be the addition of a light while using the microscope but i realize that would increase the cost. Overall a great product from a company that seems interested in making fine quality unique optics for fair prices.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great scope for outdoor (snow) studies backed by a fantastic company. 8 février 2016
Par SteveinID - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you want to REALLY study the snow when you dig a pit, this scope is an absolute must. I couldn't be happier with the scope or the company. I talked to customer support when I had a question, and they were fantastically friendly and helpful. Buy with no worries, you won't regret it!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A hit with kids 6 janvier 2015
Par dutch-irish - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I got this for a 7 year old. It blew her mind. She loves it. The telescope option is kind of cool, but the real fun is the microscope. A microscope (in general) is a great thing for kids, but kids don't want to sit at a desk putting things on slides. That's what's so great about this scope, you can take it anywhere. As long as there is good light it works everywhere. It is powerful enough that you can see things you could never see with the naked eye---like the eyes of a spider. There were a lot of WOAHs and WOWs on Christmas morning as she saw the "micro" world for the first time.
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