I was pleasantly surprised with how well this microscope works. I'm able to resolve fine details of cells and see them in action. The camera needs an upgrade, but for the price it's adequate. My only complaint was that it didn't come with instructions or the secrete code required to register it with the maker for perks.
Bought these to carry along on a canoe trip in the Everglades- didn't want to risk an expensive pair in the water- and they worked just fine. They're lightweight and compact (about the size of a 1st-generation digital camera) and they tuck nicely into their little case. They focused fully and had decent range- not as good as a pair a ranger let me borrow later in the trip (on dry land!) but for their size, they're certainly worth throwing in a bag when you're out in nature. Glad we had them more than once on our trip.
I had several Sharper Image camera binoculars but no longer work because their drivers don't work for Windows 7. Saw these for a good price so thought I'd try them. Yes the manual is not so good and print so small it's hard to read, and yes the display gives you cryptic two letter codes, and when I tried the compression setting nothing works, and the pictures don't show exactly what you see in the view finder, but the picture quality is pretty good for VGA if you keep them still on a tripod or even monopod. Found the new drivers for my old camera's online so I'm happy and for the price, these are ok. Holds 20 pictures and no SD card slot and it does not act like a drive so you do need to use the driver. Kids would love these and inexpensive to take into the woods. Do need a compatible computer to show the pictures.
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