Celestron LCD Deluxe Digital Microscope

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The Celestron LCD Deluxe Digital Microscope with its integrated 2 megapixel CMOS sensor camera, and 3.5-inch touch-screen panel, is an advanced microscope. Capture still images or video directly onto the 1GB internal memory, or onto SD cards. The 3.5-inch touch-screen panel rotates 180 degrees horizontally, allowing for easy viewing.


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Product Title: Celestron LCD Deluxe Digital Microscope

Manufacturer: Celestron

Lowest Price: $214.88 from Fullfillment By Amazon

Power Score: 4.6 | 5 Reviews


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nice microscope

nice LCD and enlarges object.

By Smokey on Adorama - Jun 14, 2013

opens a new world to students

I am the program manager for an allied health school with three locations. We use the microscopes in our medical assistant, phlebotomy and veterinary assistant classes. It is AWESOME!!!!!!!

By program director on Adorama - May 14, 2013

Excellent

very useful tool to make your child love science, magnification capability is very powerful for the uses made for it. light weight, easy to move, the picture quality is excellent.

By Dana on Adorama - Feb 12, 2013

Great for family and classroom projects

THIS IS THE THIRD DIGITAL MICROSCOPE I PURCHASED. THE FIRST TWO WERE GIFTS TO MY DAUGHTER'S TEACHER (5TH GRADE). SHE LOVES THE ABILITY TO HAVE MULTIPLE STUDENTS USE ONE MICROSCOPE. BASED ON THE RESPONSE FROM TEACHER AND STUDENTS, I GAVE ONE TO MY DAUGHTER

By RON on Adorama - Jan 6, 2012

Well worth the price I paid!

I purchased this microscope to enhance my son's homeschool science education. This microscope has great magnification. It's also convenient for multiple people to be able to view a specimen at the same time. My son loves to capture still and motion pictur

By Homeschooling Family on Adorama - Oct 27, 2011

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