The Dino-Lite AM4012MT is an excellent choice. With its 640×480 megapixel sensor, this device is capable of capturing clear, high-resolution images with incredible detail up to 200x range magnification. The microscope also has several special features, including TV Connectivity and LED Control, which enable you to view and capture images on larger screens with optimal lighting control. In addition, the Dino-Lite AM4012MT is housed in a metal frame that ensures durability and longevity. With exceptional imaging quality and innovative features, the Dino-Lite AM4012MT is the perfect tool for anyone looking to observe objects with ease.

Discover the Power of Advanced Imaging with Dino-Lite AM4012MT

Experience the power of advanced imaging with the Dino-Lite AM4012MT handheld digital microscope. This cutting-edge device offers a remarkable 200x magnification, giving you a crystal-clear view of even the smallest details. The LED control feature allows you to adjust the lighting to your requirements, ensuring optimal visibility in any situation. The Dino-Lite AM4012MT is the perfect tool for high image quality.

Dino-Lite AM4012MT


TV Connectivity

Simply connects to a television via composite video for either NTSC or PAL standards with 640×480 resolution.

LED Control

Easiness to switch the LEDs on/off for illumination options by simply touching the MicroTouch for two seconds.


Model AM4012MT Dino-Lite Premier
Interface TV (NTSC/PAL)
Product Resolution 640×480 pixels (VGA)
Magnification Rate 20x~50x, 200x
Sensor Color CMOS
Lighting 8 White LEDs
Microtouch Touch-sensitive trigger on the device that turns on/off the lights
Unit Dimension 10.5cm (H) x 3.2cm (D)
Package Dimension 21.5cm (L) x 18cm (w) x 7cm (H)
Unit Weight 135g

Information About Working Distance and Field of View

M WD FOV (x) FOV (y)
20 51.7 19.9 15.0
30 24.1 13.2 10.0
40 11 9.9 7.5
50 3.8 7.9 6.0
60 -0.6 6.6 5.0
200 -0.4 2.0 1.5
210 0.6 1.9 1.4
220 1.7 1.8 1.4
230 2.8 1.7 1.3

M = magnification rate      WD = working distance (without front cap)      FOV = field of view      DOF= depth of field      Unit = mm

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