Digital USB microscope with image capture facility.
I plugged this microscope (BW-788) into Ubuntu Linux (32 bit & 64bit) and Raspberry Pi-2 systems, and it works great on both using the "cheese" and "camoama" (free download) camera applications. Cheese takes stills and videos, but does not provide for configuration of the camera's color balance, contrast, white-balance etc. Camorama provides for easy/GUI configuration of those settings, but only takes stills. For full flexibility, install both (e.g. "sudo apt-get install cheese camorama") on Ubunutu. Camorama works well on a Pi-2 (albeit somewhat slowly compared to a laptop), but cheese requires, and does not find, GLX support in the current tightvncserver, so it won't run remotely. I believe cheese does run under the std raspbian X server (with a monitor of some sort attacehd to the Pi).Predictably (because of its clunky mount), positioning and focusing are "finicky", especially at higher magnification, because of the type of mount. Solid attachement of the microscope unit to a "micrometer" adjustable mount, would be a big improvement (and make it cost more, of course).I can't review included "driver disk", as it concerns only MS WIndows, and none of the computers here run "windows".
For the price this shows very good detail. It is a little difficult to keep it focused.
It shows a very small area depending on the distance it may only show 1/2 inch X 1/2 inch.
In Windows 7 Ultimate when I close the application, it gives me the blue screen and crashes my computer.
Worked great, it is a little difficult to focus some times; full frame magnification is 3 mm on low and 1 mm on high. Files are stored in you user account.
We are small group of performing musicians on a tight budget. MCM products have worked very well for us. Always looking for more live sound deals.