X-Loupe Portable Microscope Camera System (Discontinued)

What is Portable Microscope Camera System?

The system is the tool mounted on the specific cameras, to make cameras provide the dual function; besides the original photo-shooting, the camera can quickly become a handheld microscope for ease of micro inspecting, image recording and archiving. It’s available for the following fields such as Automotive, Aviation & Aerospace, High-tech manufacturing, Research & Education, Printing, Counterfeit Detection.

  • Modularity design, use separate and exchangeable parts or options, such as control modules and lenses.
  • Lens magnifications from low to high are suitable for the use in precise observation or inspection.
  • Lens with built-in sustained white light and the blue light, or the green light sources used for specialized field.
  • The built-in, continuous and switchable light sources enable to speed up the shooting of micro-photo meanwhile improve the image quality.
  • With different magnifications and variety of combinations of light sources to meet specific field needs, and provide the benefits of shortening learning time and reducing cost.
  • Perform detailed inspection at the scene, then connecting an external display to show and share the results immediately.
  • Not only used for micro inspecting, the better is it could make use of the wireless transmission of camera, instantly transmit image recordings to the archive center, or further sync the camera make a far distance connection to the forensic center; that offers a convenient way for the remote experts to command how to perform the complete scene evidence collection at crime scene.

Product features

Primary kit

  • Compact in size and weight, are easily transported
  • Using the permutation and combinations of modules and multiple lenses is the most cost-effective.
    (60X, 80X, 150X, 160X and 30X Lens used for dactylogram)
  • 60X, 80X, 150X, 160X magnification lens, single ring-light source
  • 30X Specialized Lens used for dactylogram shooting, possessed of the dual ring-light sources ( wavelength 455 nm forensic light source or white light ) from the center and side of the lens barrel.