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Bodelin ships wireless ProScope for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch

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Bodelin Technologies (http://www.bodelin.com/proscopehr/), manufacturers of the ProScope HR and ProScope HR2 high-res handheld digital microscopes, have released a wireless model for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

ProScope Mobile is powered by three AA batteries and works on Wi-Fi. In fact, it creates its own Wi-Fi network and can be used simultaneously with up to 253 devices of any combination of iPad, iPod touch, or iPhone. ProScope Mobile utilizes an app called AirMicro (iPhone/iPod touch) and AirMicroPad (for the iPad) and is a free download from the Apple App Store.

ProScope Mobile users can view live images, freeze them and capture them to the Photo Album of their device. For Apple users, the photos go directly into iPhoto when synced with the base computer.

Like previous ProScope generations, ProScope Mobile users can select from a wide variety of lens magnifications from 0-10X, 30X, 50X, 100X, 200X and 400X. There are also adapters for analog microscopes and borescopes. ProScope Mobile can also be sold in popular ProScope kits and current customers can even trade up to the ProScope Mobile. Contact Bodelin for pricing options.

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