PICTURES WITH OR WITHOUT PREVIEW
In order to choose if you want to save the image with a preview or not, you will have to go to Camera settings menu and then enable or disable the image preview as it is shown in the picture below.
Digital microscope menu for saving images with a preview
When choosing to save a picture with preview, a small preview will appear in front of the picture allowing you to see the final result. This can help you detect any issues to the picture and easily retake another one if needed.
Example of image preview option on a digital microscope
If Preview is disabled, no image preview will be displayed when capturing an image.
CHOOSE YOUR IMAGE FILE FORMAT
With TAGARNO digital microscopes, you can save your documentation in multiple formats: JPG, PNG, BMP and TIFF. In the general settings, you can select the default file format you want all images to be saved as. The format will automatically be applied to any future image that you capture. In case you want to save an image in a different format than the default one, you can do that by simply renaming the ending of the file format with the one of the four available ones (JPG, PNG, BMP, TIFF).
NAMING YOUR SAVED IMAGES
By default, the microscope will save the images in the format “IMG_YYYMMDD_hhmmss”, refering to the date of taking the picture illustrated in year, month and day followed by the exact time down to the seconds. By enabling Assign image name in the Camera seeing of the microscope, a pop-up menu will appear when capturing a picture. This allows you to rename the image by typing a new image name or using a barcode scanner before saving it to your preferred destination.
ASSIGNING IMAGE NAME
What is more, if you want your image to have a certain prefix (the first part of the image name), simply go to Camera settings and select Image prefix. Type in your new image prefix (e.g. product or operator name) to easily track different image documentation that you are working on.