To win: two portable digital 14x magnifiers
January 02, 2013 // Julien Happich
This month, Vision Engineering is giving away two of its recently launched CamZ digital magnifiers. Worth £696 each, the instruments are specifically designed to provide portable magnification for easy inspection and documentation.
The CamZ offers up to 14x magnification, stores up to 100 images, and has grids and cursors for X and Y dimensioning.
With a 4.3” diagonal high resolution colour display, simple button operation and image capture/download capability, CamZ is suitable for roving inspection tasks, documenting faults, or for inspecting immobile subjects. Optimised for macro imaging, CamZ benefits from dual LED illumination, and the sensor video captures 30 frames a second for a crisp, high contrast image. Designed for ergonomic one-handed operation, the 200x80x30mm CamZ weighs only 225 grams and comes in a durable carrying case, with a USB transfer cable and a charger included.
Visit Vision Engineering at www.visioneng.com
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