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Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have an adapter for android?
No currently. We only support LabCam for iPhone at the moment. The reason is that among all phone models, iPhone has the most consistent camera quality and image processing chips.
How do I place an order?
You can purchase the LabCam under "Shop" on our website.
Do you ship to me? How much is shipping?
We offer free shipping in the US, Canada, and Mexico. Discounted international shipping is available.
Images/videos were made with iPhone through LabCam® from iDu Optics® (New York, NY, USA)
Images/videos were captured with iPhone through iDu Optics® LabCam® adapter
We thank iDu Optics® (New York, NY, USA) for providing LabCam Adapter on aiding the capture of these images/videos through iPhone.
Tips for Optimizing LabCam Results
You can take a photo or start/stop a recording using the volume button of your headphones when connected to the iPhone.
Dimming the light source of the microscope will help when adjusting your white balance.
Auto-focusing has a range on the phone. Using the focus on the microscope in combination of tapping the screen for auto focus will achieve the best result.
There are many tools that allow more control than an iPhone camera on its own. FiLMIC Pro is one of them. You can also share/transfer photos to your computer easily with Dropbox or AirDrop.
Displaying on a Computer in Real Time
If you have Mac, you can connect your iPhone with a cable, then open your QuickTime player. Find instructions here: select File -> New Movie Recording. Then next to the red recording button, use the drop-down arrow to select your iPhone. Now you should see your iPhone screen in real-time on your computer screen.
Your can also use AirPlay to mirror your iPhone screen onto your apple TV.
If you have a PC, you can use Mirror Op.