1. When connected to the camera, you can view the image of the camera in real time.
2. Take photos and save wonderful moment to the system album.
3. Record and save videos to the system album.
4. View saved pictures/videos.
5. Share to friends via AirDrop.
1.Support new device models.
2.Client multi-language optimization.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Much, MUCH better than LizardCam!
Connection to WiFi is just like connecting to any other WiFi; photo, video, split previous shot/current image view work fine. And while the manual says “Best focus 3-5cm”, I’ve noticed features six feet across the room were also in focus—not a complaint! And this camera sure is TINY: I bet I could inspect the barrel of a .22cal rifle with this! A really NICE feature is the image ROTATE bar on the bottom of the screen, and the adjustable LED brightness doesn’t offend my delicate sensibilities any! Good job! 😄😄
Could Be Better...
There could be better instructions, but most of the complaints I read had to do with language and connection. I guess they updated the language, because mine gave a list to choose from and English was on it. It connected for me right away, but I’m guessing most don’t understand that you need to connect to the scope’s WiFi network via your phone’s WiFi settings first, then the app connects, I’m not sure. I had a security cam app that connected this way. So when the app couldn’t find the scope, I figured this was the issue. Sure enough, once in WiFi settings, there was a private network available, connected to it and the app connected to the scope immediately.
Now, the problem. The pictures/images seen on the phone screen are barely discernible. It’s extremely dark on the phone screen, where it’s extremely bright on the scope screen. It’s just honestly not feasible to use the app, unless you’ve got shop lights pointed directly on the object being magnified, in order to assist the scope’s LEDs in illuminating a little more. I’m not sure why the app shows an image 50% darker than the screen, but it does and it’s not helpful to take photos with because those are just as dark, as the “photos” taken with the app are screenshots and you don’t get flash on screen shots. One request would be to allow an app screen brightness setting as well. It would be excellent if it had this option IMO.
Best (cheap) microscope app
I’ve tried several of these inexpensive microscopes and their apps. Some refuse to work if you don’t share location and other private data. This one will ask for access to apps so it can show you the images you capture, but still works perfectly if you deny it access.
- 红奎 刘
- 45.6 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.