MycroCam™ Standard EM0880W

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Model: EM0880W

Universal Video Camera to Microscope System
No need for a trinocular scope
Our Trilock™ adaptor locks on to any microscope eyepiece
and brings you professional image quality on a limited-budget

Backside of Mycrocam StandardFEATURES:

  • High resolution DSP imaging.
  • 1.0 lux, high sensitivity in low light.
  • Electronic shutter controls for varying light intensities and auto gain control.
  • On/Off BLC (back light compensation) for excessive contrast conditions.
  • Easy lock-on attachment to any microscope.
  • Macro lens for dissection or document imaging.
  • Use with any video monitor or projector.


Pick-up device 1/4" SONY CCD color image sensor Day & Night
Picture elements NTSC: 512 H x 492 V - PAL: 512 H x 582 V
Horizontal resolution 420 TVL
Minimum illumination 0.1 Lux
Horizontal Sync. frequency NTSC: 15.734 KHZ - PAL: 15.625 KHZ
Vertical frequency NTSC: 60 HZ - PAL: 50 HZ
Clock frequency NTSC: 19.0699 MHZ - PAL: 18.9375 MHZ
Scanning system 2:1 interlace
Electronic shutter NTSC: 1/60 ~ 1/100,000 sec - PAL: 1/50 ~ 1/100,000 sec
Video output 1Vp-p, 75 Ohms
Power supply 12VDC
Power Consumption 150 mA
Storage Temperature -30°C ~ 60°C
Operation Temperature -10°C ~ 45°C


  • 1/4" Sony CCD MycroCam™ color video camera - 1.0 lux, 420 lines, with AGC, electronic shutter, & BLC.
  • 8mm Trilock™ scope adaptor with spacer ring for switching from compound to stereo microscopes:
Camera shown attached to optional microscope eyepieces with a Trilock™ Adaptor
  • 12 volt DC power supply and 10" monitor cable


  • Video to digital USB adapter with imaging software
  • Our Hi Res MycroCam™ with on screen programming
  • Our Digital MycroCam™ selections of 1.3, 2.0, and 3.1 megapixel resolutions

The Trilock™ adaptors - three magnification choices:

The Trilock™ microscope adaptors are available in three lens formats for ¼" chip cameras. The most common, 8mm lens, is ideal for most microscopes and for document imaging where a full field of view is desired.

The 12mm lens produces a narrower field of view with some over-magnification that is useful for enlarging microscope images, photos and documents for the visually impaired.

The 16mm lens produces a very narrow field of view and, using this camera, will double the magnification of your microscope images. It's especially useful for in-vivo studies where the use of a 100X (oil immersion) objective may be difficult.

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