This topic is for sharing reviews of digital microscopes used to photograph immobile or specimen insects. There are at least 3 main kinds:
Endoscope-type digital USB microscopes which don’t use ordinary objectives are least expensive. I tried Jiusion 40x to 1000x. The magnification is somewhat good but the resolution is somewhat low (examples: ordinary bee; minute wasp). Are more expensive ones like Dino-Lite AM3113 (10x-50x, 230x) any better?
Stereo/dissecting microscopes with a camera attached to trinocular or eyepiece (using a mounting adapter to connect ordinary cameras, or using cameras specifically built to attach). I tried Swift S7-TGL-CA05, WF10x eyepieces, 7x-45x mag. with Swift USB camera. The microscope was acceptable but camera resolution was lacking, and the camera-view subject (shown on computer USB was plugged into) wasn’t in focus at the same time the microscope objective-view was (whether camera was attached to eyepiece or trinocular).
Some photographers use regular digital cameras with attached macro lenses like microscopes, sometimes as part of a system using a rail or robot arm (example here).
Please give names of microscopes, camera bodies, and macro lenses if sharing experience or reviews, and example photos are ideal.