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AM7013MT

5M pixel (2592x1944) USB Microscope with 10x-60x & 200x optics.

This standard working distance model is the 5M pixel version of the much aclaimed Dino-Lite AM413T and offers all the features you would expect from a professional grade Dino-Lite; 5M pixel image sensor (up to 2592x1944), 8 x white LED illumination with software on/off, MicroTouch snapshot function and advanced software measurement with calibration.

The Dino-Lite Premier 5M pixel range provides 5M pixel imaging (up to 2592x1944) and introduces the highest resolution Dino-Lite to date. The high performance image sensor, excellent optics, low noise electronic design and robust metal housing ensure industry leading quality and performance.

All models within the AM7013 range benefit from the innovative 2x magnification mode (available only when operating at 1.3M pixel resolution). This mode provides an additional 2x magnification factor and effectively doubles the magnification range of the device adding further flexibility.

Additional Info

  • Resolution: 2592x1944pixels (5MP)
  • Magnification: 10x ~ 60x, 200x
  • Working Distance: Standard
  • Interface: USB 2.0
  • Nr. of LED's: 8
  • LED on/off switchable: Yes
  • LED color: White
  • Material: Full aluminium alloy body
  • Exchangeable caps: No
  • Microtouch: Yes
  • Scroll lock: No
  • Output: Picture, Video, Time-lapsed video
  • Video Frame Rate: Up to 30 frames-per-second, 15fps at 1.3M
  • Measurement: Yes
  • Calibration: Yes
  • Filter/Diffuser: None
  • Compatibility: Windows XP, Windows XP / Vista, Windows 7 / 8 / 10, MacOS [see compatibility chart]
  • Software: DinoCapture for Windows, DinoXcope for MacOS
  • JPEG Codec: MJPEG Codec may be required for 5M pixel operation (not included)
  • Special: None
  • Field of View:
    M WD FOV (x) FOV (y)
    20 48.7 19.8 14.9
    30 21.7 13.2 9.9
    40 9.0 9.9 7.4
    50 1.9 7.9 5.9
    60 -2.3 6.6 5.0
    220 -0.1 1.8 1.4
    230 1.0 1.7 1.3
    240 2.1 1.7 1.2

    M = magnification rate, WD = working distance, FOV = field of view, Unit = mm