If you’re new to the world of digital microscopy, you might be wondering: “What is an HDMI microscope and how does it differ from a USB microscope?”
If so, you’ve come to the right place.
In this blogpost, we’ll go through:
- What is an HDMI microscope?
- What are the benefits of an HDMI microscope?
- What is the difference between HDMI microscopes and USB microscopes?
What is an HDMI microscope?
As indicated by its name, an HDMI microscope uses HDMI output and thus a digital display. That is, instead of looking through an eyepiece or ocular to inspect the sample, the sample is displayed on a separate monitor (via HDMI output).
However, HDMI microscopes often have USB ports too, allowing the sample to displayed on a computer. So it’s important to know the difference between the two.