[sdiy] stereo optical microscope for assembly and repair

charlie charlie at finitemonkeys.com
Mon Aug 19 17:27:08 CEST 2019


if you are looking for another,take a look at the videos for the hdmi
microscope with autofocus i posted, latency is minimal (display or
capture time) and the autofocus really makes a difference for me, lots
of space to work under it as well.

https://youtu.be/CWVbVSKT7js

On Mon, 19 Aug 2019 at 05:27, Roman Sowa <modular at go2.pl> wrote:
>
> For years I've been using regular Bresser scientific binocular
> microscope bought for about $400 or so if I remember. It has 7x to 40x
> zoom which was indeed helpful and used full range a few times. Soldering
> fumes poluted optics over time and cleaning is a lot of pain. So finally
> I cut lens protective ring out of polycarbonate glass and it's OK now.
>
> Tried HDMI scope for a while but latency and not the best picture
> quality quickly made this idea stupid.
>
> Now I'm using something else, but despite being outside requested $400
> range, it is not mindblowing at all when compared to my old Bresser.
>
> Roman
>
> W dniu 2019-08-17 o 00:21, Kenny Balys pisze:
> >
> > What is everyone using these days for stereo scopes?
> >
> > My eyes are finally pooched and I am looking for something with a decent
> > field of
> > view.
> >
> > So far, I am seeing AmScope products as a good contender. $650 seems to
> > be the going rate.
> >
> > if anyone has any preferences, or recs or advice I would love to hear it.
> >
> > Was hoping to do something for less than $400.
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> > ./k
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