MUSTOOL team has released a new microscope the G1200. This is an upgrade to the G600, addressing several shortcomings like the small screen, the not rotating bracket, and not having a high enough resolution. This time, the new G1200 features a 7-inch HD LCD Screen, the bracket can be rotated at any angle forward and backward to suit your needs, while the lens supports 1-1200x continuous zoom. These new features will definitely be a good helper for your daily work and soldering. Apart from the features mentioned above, the G1200 also features an HD 12-megapixel sensor, a 7-inch HD LCD display, and 1-1200 x continuous amplification system. The LCD screen has a good size but we will see that the image quality is not that sharp and you may have some difficulty locating details on it. Also, the screen looks whitish with blacks not looking in contrast. Let’s jump in.


Box Contents

The microscope comes in a carton box and includes:

  • The microscope and LCD assembly
  • A metallic base
  • USB power supply
  • USB cable
  • Socket adaptor
  • Quick Start manual

The distance between the object is 10mm to infinity (different distances correspond to different magnification). It also features a built-in ultra-lithium battery, which allows you to work continuously for 4-5 hours (when not in video recording mode), and sixteen language systems: English, Spanish, Russian, Korean, Japanese, Thai, Hebrew, Portugal, German, French, Italy, Turkey, Czech, Poland, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese.

First Power ON

I mentioned above that the G1200 is an improvement to the G600, lets see some of the significant improvements:

The vertical microscopes (G600) has a serious setback, it is easy to lose sight of the details of the objects due to reflection. Because they are used in many applications such as solder on PCBs, the model designation of some tiny chips and metals requires distinct sight of the details of the objects. However, the G1200 specifically solves this problem because it is an angle-adjustable digital microscope that solves the problem of high reflection. It’s a great experience in the electronics maintenance industry, and it’s important to note that this machine has a large operable space than the others. It is very convenient to use tweezers, electric soldering iron, and others under this microscope.


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