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Bresser Biolux Touch LCD 40–1400x Digital Microscope - Exhibition Item

LCD touch screen. Magnification: 40–350x. Digital zoom: 1400x. LED illumination

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The Bresser Biolux Touch microscope with LCD touch screen is a digital model with wide application. The upper and lower LED illumination makes it possible to observe objects under reflected and transmitted light. The images are displayed on the large LCD screen with a magnification of up to 1400x. The microscope is perfect for work in groups as well as for teaching, as it's very convenient for several people to observe objects on the screen at the same time. The observation results are saved on an SD memory card, and can be transferred to a PC. The touch screen allows for easy photo and video capture, as well as for adjusting the custom settings such as magnification or image sharpness with the onscreen touch menu. The kit includes a massive set of accessories: prepared and blank slides, shrimp hatchery, flasks with yeast, gum media, etc. It's easy to start exploring the microworld right out of the box with this microscope.

To view the observed objects, an SD memory card must be inserted into the card slot. You can transfer the observation results to a PC using a USB cable, or read the memory card with a card reader.


  • Max Magnification 1400x (40 to 350x optical)
  • LCD color touch screen 11 cm (4.3")
  • Up to 3648x2048 pixels image resolution
  • 5MP CMOS sensor
  • Rotatable head with 3 high-quality objectives (4x / 10x / 40x)
  • LED illumination for reflected and transmitted light (230V)
  • Dimmer to switch illumination between transmitted and reflected light
  • USB port
  • USB cable
  • Slot for SD memory card
  • SD card reader
  • AV output
  • Menu guide in German, English, Chinese, Dutch, Spanish, French
  • Extensive accessory package

The kit includes:

  • LCD touch screen microscope
  • Objectives: 4x, 10x, 40x
  • Pinhole diaphragm disk with 6 color filters
  • Power cord (EU)
  • Microscope kit (dissecting needle, pipette, tweezers, microtome, shrimp hatchery)
  • Flasks with shrimp broth, yeast, gum media, sea salt, shrimp eggs
  • Box with 5 prepared slides, 10 blank slides and 10 cover glasses
  • Software CD-ROM

System requirements:

  • SD / SDHC memory card up to 32 GB
  • PC with 2 GHz processor
  • Windows Vista (32 / 64bit) with Service Pack 2 or Windows 7 (32 / 64bit) with Service Pack 1
  • .NET Framework 4.0
  • at least 1 GB (64-bit systems = 2 GB) of RAM
  • at least 4 GB of hard disk space
  • USB port
  • CD / DVD / BD
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