Inspector Microscope 4x Multiplier Lens
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See beyond what meets the eye. Turn your Zoom Tube into a field microscope, with a 32x power zoom. See snow crystals, the eyes of arachnids, the sublime patterns of nature..
No-Matter-What Lifetime Warranty
Fully Multi Coated Lens
Designed for Max Grip And Protection
A First Of It’s Kind
Double the function of your optics and add a microscope to your field kit. The Inspector doesn’t add much bulk to the already svelte Zoom Tube. The first of its kind, a zoom multiplier (4x) and a focal length inverter.
BEST IN CLASS OPTICS
Fully Multi Coated Lens
The single piece lens array uses anti-reflective coating with a low refractory index. See with the clarity you expect from Nocs.
SNAP A PHOTO
Yes, this is a photo taken through the Zoom Tube with the Inspector installed. Just like the Standard Issue, snap a photo and share with the world beyond what meets the eye. The sublime natural details await your eyeballs.
LIGHT + RUGGED
A mix of polycarbonate and aluminum construction means the Inspector is sturdy in the field and in the lab. The Nocs No-Matter-What Lifetime warranty applies here.
|Focusing Lens ø:||25mm|| |
|Lens Coating Type:||Fully Multi-Coated||6x layering / lens|
|Waterproof Rating:||IPX7 - 30 min under 3ft water|| |
|Optical Compatibility:||32mm - 50mm Objective||Threaded|
|Number of Lenses:||2 pieces / 1 group||Central Focus System|
|Focal Range:||6mm Travel|| |
|Width:||60mm x 60mm||2.36" x 2.36"|
I have tried few pairs of compact binoculars before but I was really looking for something that was compact and light enough to be on me all the time on my hikes. The fact that I can have it in bright color sealed the deal for me. I went for the bright orange color so that I never loose them in my car or in my bag and it just tones down the look to a more casual hobbyist feel rather than a professional approach. Loving the grippy design. It's a perfect prop for my hiking photos !!
Pretty cool little toy/add-on for the monocular. Got this and the phone mount for my dad on Father’s Day. Took some cool up-close shots of mushrooms as we were hiking through the Rockies. Not much instruction included, although it feels like it should be pretty intuitive at first. Took some trial and error to figure everything out.
I really like how much better macro pictures I've been able to get, the only thing is that sometimes it feels a bit awkward because it feels like you didn't attach it right.
A whole new perspective on nature.
My nieces and nephews love looking at nature up close and now seeing plants and insects magnified in their own backyard has opened up a whole new world for them. Thanks Nocs!
If you ever want to take a closer look at leaves, plants, trees, ants, micro machines. This is your gateway!