Apologies if this isn't the right place for this--it's the closest match I could think of. Please feel free to move it if it should be elsewhere.
At my work, I use a microscope on a regular basis. Because of the way it's set up, it's much easier to attach a microscope camera to it and use that, connected to a monitor, for most work. However, when I put the microscope camera on, it seems to be zoomed in, meaning I can only see a very small portion of the center of the image on the screen. The camera is zoomed out as far as it goes, but I still see even less than just the middle ninth of the image, compared to looking through the eyepiece.
Is this indicative of a problem with the setup, perhaps some adapter I should have that i don't? Or just that buying a cheap microscope camera wasn't the best idea? Or is this somehow just an intrinsic problem with using a microscope camera in general?
The microscope, if it's relevant, is a Seiwa PS-888, and the microscope camera is a super cheap Omano TMS-HDMI-1.