A Video Microscope Presents A New Way Of Studying The Cellular World
The conventional microscope has many limitations. For starters, you are restricted to what you can observe under the lens at a particular time. Blink and you may lose an important image instantaneously. Second, there is no way you can keep a record of your findings other than through your own narration. What your eyes will see can only be shared with the world through your words. The most glaring limitation of a conventional microscope, however, lies in the fact that your field of vision is only limited to where the microscopic lens are pointing to at a given time. Since lens come in diminutive sizes, you will only be able to study a particular area per moment. If you want to survey the entire landscape of a subject's surface, you'd need to move the microscope ever so often to cover the entire field.
These limitations are perfectly solved by a vide microscope. A video microscope is a peripheral device attached to your computer, via USB cable or through some wireless applications. Whatever you will see under your microscope will be projected on the computer screen. But that's not all there is to it.
With a video microscope, you will be able to produce digital files from the images you will capture. This means that you can save such videos for later viewing, or for closer study if such is demanded by your trade. Furthermore, you can enhance the images you will be able to capture. Want a closer look of a particular area on the subject's surface? You can increase the magnification by as much as 30, 50, 100 and even 100 times normal and see what the naked eye, and the common microscope, fails to see. Want to share your findings to the world? Since you have captured your session on video, such will be easy.
A video microscope has become an important tool in many vital industries around the world. In medicine where complex bodily processes are observed for study and cure, this microscope has become an invaluable tool. Coin and stamp collectors who wish to verify the authenticity of the items traded to them will find this type of microscope very beneficial indeed. Hobbyists who collect a variety of items will also find this microscope advantageous. And of course, the members of the academe will have a more productive time when it comes to their research campaigns using the technology provided by this novel equipment.
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