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Bresser Full HD (1080p) USB 2.0 Microscope Telescope camera with various adapters

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  • Full HD camera for telescopes and microscopes
  • CMOS sensor, resolution 1920 x 1080 (Full HD). USB 2.0
  • Multilanguage software, Win 7 / 8 / 10 compatible
  • Fits various microscopes and telescopes
  • Camera module incl. dust cap; USB-cable; Software CD, language versions German, English, French, Turkish, Russian, Polish,

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  • Product Dimensions: 2.7 x 2.7 x 4 cm ; 32 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 281 g
  • Item model number: 5913650
  • ASIN: B01GG2EUWO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jun. 2016
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,397 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Eyepiece camera with resolution 1920x1080 pixels (Full HD); Includes different adapters for various microscopes as well as capturing software compatible with Win 7 / 8 / 10. With this camera you can capture images and video, and document your microscope observations or share it with others. Ideal for hobby, school and work.

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Camera module incl. dust cap; USB-cable; Software CD, language versions German, English, French, Turkish, Russian, Polish, Indonesian, Chinese; Adapters 30mm, 30,5mm, 31,7mm (31,7mm with locking screw)


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Bresser Full HD (1080p) USB 2.0 Microscope Telescope camera with various adapters this is a great camera for your astrophotography as it takes stills and video. I use the telescope adapter 31.75mm provided in conjunction with a Celestron 1.25 inch Omni2x Barlow lens. When used on our Celestron 70EQ Refractor Telescope With the Barlow lens removed via unscrewing from the Barlow housing the camera acts like a 7mm eyepieces you get a Magnification of 129x. Add the 2x Barlow lens and the Magnification 257x. Replace the Barlow with a Svbony 1.25 inch 0.5x Focal Reducer brings the Magnification down to 64x. By using this method your telescope has 3 zooms for viewing objects like the moon & Planets. If you also would like to add a filter to the view to reduce light, say a moon filter then you can add this to your star diagonal end of the 70 EQ Telescope.I would Suggest that you get a usb 2 extension lead as the camera cable is short. Well worth getting this camera for the telescope. Have also used this on the Solarix Telescope to view the sun though the sun filter must be used on any observations of the sun through this telescope I did noticed that even filtered light the camera got hot quick so minimal use for solar viewing would be advisable. Yet to try the camera on the Celestron 103 EQ reflector but it should work fine. Definitely would buy again. Great little Telescope camera.
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very compact and nicely made. Images met my expectations. The software included works very well, easy set up. I am just starting out and I have no experience with very expensive cameras or video cameras connected to a telescope I have used it in my 114cm full goto telescope and my dads cheapest £50 first scope unit and it performs very well on both. I use a 5meter USB2 to mini USB standard cable from maplins and it works perfectly, no interference and powers the camera without any issues over that length of cable. for viewing the moon I use a Moon filter dropped inside my 2X barlow lens, as my barlow and this camera do not have a Filter thread and images are very good but you can use it without, but the filter reduces any flickering you occasional get as the intense light changes as the moon moves across the screen, if not tracking.. This camera dose not have a stepped ring at the top of the body, so do not let it drop right into the eyepiece holder, it will slide right in. I plug it into my laptop and then wirelessly stream it on my Smart 40inch smart tv and the images are way better than my Laptop which surprised me. We can leave the telescope set up outside with cable coming in through window, into the Laptop and watch the images in the comfort of a warm room with the tracking mode on telescope enabled, Very pleased with the camera
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I like something I can easily plug and play, and I have to admit to not really having read any of the instructions with this camera or much of the instructions on my Astromaster 130EQ which I plugged this into.

The video you see here is just the camera plugged straight into the eyepiece hole.

There are several different shots in the 2 minute video. For some reason, the first shots is jerky and flashes a little, after 30 seconds the second shot is smoother. Excuse the shakiness - a clear night but very windy up on the hill.

Video was taken in mid-Wales on 10th February 2017.

WARNING! While video that you take seems to autosave, images don't, and must be saved on at a time.
Don't spend an hour getting frostbite only to find ALL your images from the night vanished when you closed the laptop... RTFM!

As a bonus (which doesn't affect my rating) I bought this on the Amazon "Big Thanks £10 off" day, so got it for £41. Well pleased!
Talking of money, this video is what you get for £140 (£99 for scope from another place and £40 for the camera). Well worth the money to excite the interest of a young person.
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Just received my Bresser USB Microscope/ Telescope Camera and am very pleased with it. Just installed the included software on my laptop which was so easy , removed the eyepiece on my Celestron 90 Telescope and replaced with camera which I then connected to laptop. I was soon taking photos of good quality after focusing the telescope. Hope to obtain images of the Moon tonight can't wait. Recommend this camera for ease of set up and quality of pictures.
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