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About X-Loupe

1. How does X-Loupe work?

A:

Breaking through the boundaries of the traditional microscopes, X-Loupe integrates the high power magnifications, superior optical design of modules, and the specific models of the digital cameras. With the patented design, the users can easily inspect the objects right away through the camera LCD monitors in X-Loupe. This cost-down and convenient hand-held device has given users a new choice other than the bulky and expensive laboratory equipments and helped users to reach high efficiency, and created a new solution for users to communicate easier. Moreover, users can also connect the pictures to the computers or monitors for group meeting or discussion.

 

2. How many product combinations does X-Loupe have?

A:

X-Loupe has two models for users, A series and G series and the combinations are given below. For further details, please contact our authorized distributors.

Model
A series
G series
C series
MGP4
Contents
Power
Starter Pack
Pro Pack
Power
Power
Power
Lens
60X
O
O
60X
X
30X
100X
X
O
150X
80X
X
150X
X
O
300X
160X
X
Module
O
O
O
O
Canon IXUS camera
O
O
O
O
No. of batteries
2
2
2
2
Note:

“O” indicates this item is within the package, and “X” indicates this item is not within the package.

 

3. What is the size of the smallest object that can be seen by the lens of X-Loupe?

A: The 300X lens in X-Loupe G series can see the sizes between 5~ 8 µm.

 

4. Does X-Loupe hold patents?

A:

X-Loupe has received Taiwan, Japan, U.S., Germany, China patents and patents from other countries are pending and will be granted soon. Please see “Patents” for more details.

 

5.

Why are there several pairs of numbers on X-Loupe lenses, for example 10X/60X, 20X/100X, 30X/150X and 60X/300X? What do those pairs of numbers mean?

A:

Those pairs indicate the magnifications being viewed on Canon camera LCD and on the computer monitor. In the digital era, the concepts of magnifications have been changed when the digital cameras replace the traditional cameras. Therefore, the definition of magnifications for X-Loupe follows the definition in Japan, which is the concept of digital magnification. For example, the magnification of the 150 X lens of X-Loupe means the enlarged size of the subjects in the pictures is 150 times of the objects when the pictures are posted on 17-inch computer monitor. Meanwhile, 30X on the lens indicates the magnification being enlarged on Canon camera’s LCD for the same pictures taken by X-Loupe 150X lens. We put both magnifications for your reference.