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★ Largest magnifying glass on the market
⊙ Magnifier (H/W, S/W)
⊙ Microscope (more fine image)
⊙ LED Flashlight
⊙ Macro Camera
⊙ Image Freezing
⊙ Embedded photo viewer
⊙ Image filters(Negative, Sepia, Mono)
⊙ WYSIWYG saves
⊙ & more
Do you have to remove your glasses to read a business card?
Do you have to carry a big magnifying glass to read the model number of a tiny semiconductor?
Do you use a microscope to observe legs of a tiny insect?
Do you want to take macro photos easily?
Fantastic solution is here!
Use your smartphone as a handy magnifying glass!
Use your smartphone as a handy microscope!
Use your smartphone as a handy macro camera!
- Live H/W magnification.
- Live S/W(x4) magnification.
- Taking magnified pictures.
- Continuous auto focus(If possible).
2. Freezing picture
- Freezing screen to see picture stably.
- Useful in a moving car.
- Useful to write a memo on paper.
- More fine picture than Magnifying glass mode.
- More zoom in.
- Zooming control bar.
- Pinching to zoom everywhere.
5. Picture Effects
- Support frequently used picture effects.(Negative, Sepia, Mono)
6. LED Flashlight
- Flashlight ON/OFF
- Volume-down button can toggle flashlight on and off also.
7. Taking pictures
- Taking pictures by pressing volume-up button or touching camera icon.
- Saving a picture by touching save icon.
- Support WYSIWYG(What You See Is What You Get) saving in microscope mode & freezing mode.
* The quality of the magnified image is depend on your phone's camera capabilities.
* Some devices can't use some functions.
* This is not a real microscope. ;)
* I have no responsibilities for the problems that caused by using this application. =)
It simulates a magnifying glass using the zoom of the camera (if it is available) and the screen zoom.
The screen zoom permits the use of the Magnifier in devices with camera that does not implement zoom. In devices with zoom, it improves its quality.
In devices supporting the LED flash of the camera in mode TORCH, you will be able to use it as a flashlight or lantern to illuminate the thing that you are seeing. If camera has focus with mode "MACRO" you will be able to use it to have a high quality image. If it is needed, there are popup messages that inform you about the limitations of the features of your device
In devices with zoom x8 or higher we can say this is a high definition pocket microscope
Please, take into account that the quality of the image and the magnification level depend directly on the screen resolution, the quality of the camera and its zoom because they are the lens of the magnifier.
The maximum zoom level depend on the device.
There are devices that have an embedded camera application that manages the zoom but its zoom is not available for other applications like this magnifier.
Ultra high digital quality using a tiny amount of memory.
There are 3 buttons (Light, Focus and Picture) and 2 slide bars (Screen and Zoom) but ONLY if your device supports all the needed features.
To switch on/off the flash light. If your device does not support the mode TORCH or if it has not got flash, this button will not be available.
To focus. The quality will be better if your device supports the MACRO mode.
To take a picture. They will be stored in the Gallery, in the CPS_Magnifier folder.
Screen X Bar:
It magnifies ONLY the screen, pictures are not affected. It is useful in devices not supporting camera zoom. If it is set to 1, the pictures will be exactly the screen view. With other values, the pictures will be more than the screen view.
Zoom X Bar:
It is the camera zoom. It magnifies both, screen and pictures.
ASPECT RATIO DISTORTION:
If images are wider or narrower than the real object, please, go to Menu and select Aspect Ratio. Use the slide bar to calibrate it correctly.
This application can be used without any additional tools so that you can see the case of small items.
It uses the phone's camera, and the enlarged screen display on the screen. Allows adjustment of magnification (the exact range depends on your cell phone camera hardware). Read the small print is no longer a problem.
- Zoom in and out
- Use the camera flash
- Auto Focus button
Wonderful Magnifier lets you read small letters or see the detail of figures through a phone camera.
- Tap screen to focus
- Pinch to zoom in and out
- Swipe left or right for exposure control
- Use flash in the dark
- Tap mono button for monochrome display
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