- Waterproof (IPX7)
- 4x Zoom Multiplier
- Fully Multi Coated Lens
- Anodized Aluminum Construction
- Fits Threaded 32-50mm Optics
- 25mm central lens aperture
- 6mm Adjustable Focal Length
Inspector Microscope 4x Multiplier Lens
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 love the inspector. It gives you a chance to get up and personal with nature! Today it snowed in my National Park and I got to see the snow crystals. I let my coworkers use it and now they want NOCS!
I felt like a bug
Got a hang of using it after a bit of messing around. So cool, feels like you are just hanging with a lil bug. Such a fun add on!
Excellent & fun experience
I got 2 sets to bring out to our organization's camp in east Texas for the kids to use. They were immediately hands on and kept coming back to them throughout the weekend, discovering something new to look at each time. Both the monoculars and the Inspector Microscopes were a hit, together and separately.