NEW Phonescope Mobile Phone Microscope - up to 30X Magnification!
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No software required, just slide the Phonescope onto the phone, over the camera, and explore the world from a different perspective! Requires 3 x AG3 batteries – included Thanks for making this comparison, the iPhone images look great! It appears there is more CA in your Sony a9 image than the iPhone 14 pro. Here are some image crops to demonstrate (top iPhone, bottom Sony a9): Rotation of video: Our app is the only app in store that offers video and image rotation at all angles from 0 to 360. All other apps in store are only offering rotation at 0, 45, 90, 180 and 360 degree.
Magview, while easy to set up, has faced criticism regarding image quality. Users have found the output not as crisp as Phone Skope’s, marking a significant difference between the two. Magview, in contrast, focuses on a sleek and compact design. Their adapters are lighter and more portable, making them ideal for those who prioritize a minimalistic aesthetic and portability. But this may come at the expense of durability. Moreover, their robust app, though with a learning curve, offers a wide range of features, elevating the user experience.
When we were testing this item we made a video of a bug on a leaf - a microscopic bug too small to see with the naked eye. We were so impressed with the video we've posted it on YouTube, just so you can see what the Phonescope is capable of photographing or videoing!
Affordable: Magview comes at a more affordable price point than Phone Skope, making it an attractive option for those on a budget. The eyepiece adapter ring comes with several collars of different sizes that you can use depending on the size of your scopes eyepiece. To attach the adapter to your scope, you simply set it down over the scope eyepiece and twist the collar to tighten it. The Novagrade adapter tightens very smoothly and securely on the eyepiece and I felt comfortable leaving my phone sitting on the eyepiece when it was tightened down.Slow motion - The app lets users record videos in slow motion, which means capturing numerous frames per second! Such a clever device to turn a mobile phone (or similar media device) into a microscope that you can use to view with up to 30 x magnification. Absolutely amazing to see.
Next up, let’s turn our attention to Magview. This brand has also made waves in the industry, promising an easy-to-use, efficient solution for mobile viewing. When I used the iScoping adapter with my iPhone 4S, I was unable to use a screen cover on the phone because the width of the case was too precisely formed for the phone to slide in when it had any sort of screen cover. I like using a screen cover to protect the phone from scratches so this was a real downside for me. However, I believe this was fixed in the model that fits the iPhone 5/5s. On the newest adapters, the eyepiece adapter comes off and the case has no raised areas so it is really usable as a full time case; you can just keep the adapters nearby to screw on when you have a digiscoping opportunity. ProsReady for your close-up? Attach the Phonescope to your phone, camera or tablet and take awesome magnified photos with extraordinary detail! You can magnify objects by up to 30x depending on your device's digital zoom, which makes this a brilliant gift idea for gadget fans, bug hunters and amateur photographers. The Phone Skope Camera App allows users a greater control over their camera. The app offers many interesting camera features such as the ability to rotate your camera up to live 360’ degrees, zoom in magnification that is six times greater than your phone camera, slow motion and time-lapse videos, a complete manual control over focus, light (brightness and contrast), quality, size and much more. You can select and save your desired features and use them every time you wish to use Phone Skope to take a picture or record a video.