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Digital electron microscope

One of the questions that sooner or later those who practice sharpening cutting tools have to face is the choice of optics - a magnifying glass, a microscope, or any variations of optical devices that allow you to see the RC in an enlarged form. And it's not just visual acuity. A look at the results of sharpening through a magnifying glass or a microscope helps to understand the processes occurring during metal processing in a completely different way, to see some “bottlenecks” and to draw sometimes completely extraordinary conclusions, i.e. we can say, move to a different level of awareness of the whole action.

The task of selecting a suitable optical device for your sharpening set is not as trivial as it might seem at first glance. As a rule, a more or less functional solution is very expensive, so you often have to be content with ultra-cheap Chinese products.

The proposed X600 digital microscope can be called a reasonable alternative when choosing an optical accessory for sharpening. It has an optimal price / quality ratio. It combines the advantages of a conventional magnifying glass, through which you can quickly look at the intermediate result (this option is provided by the presence of its own screen) and an electron microscope, which allows you to record photos to a computer via a USB port (and in the case of the X600 digital microscope, recording can also be done on SD - a card installed in a microscope and not only photos, but also videos!). There is a built-in battery, which allows you to use the microscope autonomously, and not just near a power outlet. Separately, it should be noted that the X600 digital microscope is distinguished from cheaper counterparts by a fairly decent image quality and a functional metal tripod, with which the position of the microscope is clearly fixed without backlash, bounce, and other deviations.

Now more. What is included in the package:
1. Actually, the microscope itself;
2. Metal tripod;
3. Charger (5V, 2A);
4. MiniUSB-USB connecting cord (used for both charging and data transfer to a computer);
5. Allen key type hex for tripod assembly;
6. Instruction (English)

The main unit consists of the microscope itself, equipped with LED illumination (8 LEDs), with a protective locking ring made of frosted plexiglass (it also serves as a diffuser that will bring softness and uniformity to the light, remove glare) and a 4.4 ” screen with controls. Behind the screen is a system reset button (RST), on the side is a miniUSB connector, a microSD card slot and a backlight level adjustment wheel. In front under the screen there are control buttons - on / off, MENU, then the MODE button (the microscope can operate in three modes: video, photo and viewing footage, using the MODE button you can choose between these modes). Next are the standard menu navigation buttons - left / right and OK.

When working, icons are displayed in the upper left corner of the screen, showing which of the modes we are currently working in. In the lower right - an indication of the battery charge and the presence of an inserted SD card. At the top right, we see the selected resolution.

Pressing the left arrow will enlarge images by 2 times (digital zoom), pressing again - by 4 times. Zooming can be useful in some cases, but I prefer to avoid it, as the enlarged image will be blurry. During playback, digital zoom does not work. By pressing the arrow to the right, you can reduce the image to its original state.

In video recording mode, pressing the OK key will start recording video - the red dot in the upper left corner of the screen will flash. Pressing OK in Photo mode will take a photo.

Pressing the Menu button in the "Video" mode opens up access to the settings, where you can select quite interesting options, such as: screen resolution (for example, 1080p, 720p - in the menu this item is called "Discrimination ratio"), you can overlay time on the picture (in the menu - the option "Time note"), DVR options "Motion detection", "Loop shooting" or shooting with an interval, etc.

If, while in the "Video" settings menu, press "Menu" again, the General settings will open:

- Formatting a memory card - this procedure must be done after installing a new card, otherwise the recording will not work correctly.

- Language selection.

- Setting the Auto-off of the device and the backlight of the screen.

- Reset to factory settings ("System Preset").

- Sweep frequency 50/60 Hz.

- Setting the current time.

- Enable image rotation 180 degrees

- The current firmware version (by the way, the options may differ from those described, depending on the firmware version).

If you press the "Menu" key in the "Photo" mode, then the general settings will also open, which differ from the previous ones. For example, "Discrimination factor" - indicates the volume that the image will occupy on the card memory, there is a "Quick View" option, but otherwise, everything is the same as in the "Video" mode.

Pressing the "Menu" key while in the footage view gives you "Delete" or "Lock" the footage.

If you connect the turned off microscope to the computer via a USB cable, then the battery will simply be charged. Turning on the microscope causes the USB connection logo to appear on the microscope monitor, and the computer, having detected new equipment and an external drive (in case a microSD card is already inserted into the microscope), will try to install the drivers. On Windows 10, identification is fast, the system copes with the search and installation of the necessary programs itself, there is no need to download additional drivers. The microscope was defined as an external webcam called "TIGA Device". On other, older systems, it may well be necessary to find and force installation of the necessary programs.

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