Take your quest for discovery to a cellular level with this high-end digital microscope from National Geographic. Offering an impressive magnification range of 40x to 1600x, this scope uses a 3.5” high-resolution LCD screen as an eyepiece to provide crisp, colorful specimen views that can be simultaneously shared by multiple users. To document your investigations, the instrument has a 2 mega pixel camera that can take photos or videos for later analysis and includes effect options such as sepia or black and white. A smooth focusing wheel that works in conjunction with an advanced system that secures the slide and slowly glides it around the viewing stage produces detail-rich images with minimal refocusing. Other features include a versatile LED illumination system, a six-position color filter wheel, a USB cable for data transfer, internal storage memory, an SD card slot, collection tools, slides and a sturdy carrying case.
These pocket binoculars have a compact and attractive design. The fully coated BK-7 optics and solid mechanics enable a true color picture replication. These models have diopter compensation and foldable...
Weighing just over a pound, National Geographic’s 10x32 binoculars are ideal grab-and-go observation aids that offer a versatile mid-size aperture in a compact roof prism design. Perfect for activities like...
The National Geographic 10X25 Binoculars are small enough to fit into your pocket, yet help the world come alive with their high quality optical system. The BK-7 optics are completely...
Lightweight and rubber-coated, 10x32 National Geographic binoculars are a perfect observation tool for adventurers.