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I have solved it. It is the Nikon AF-S FX NIKKOR 200-500mm f/5.6E ED Vibration Reduction Zoom Lens with Auto Focus for Nikon DSLR Cameras. Simple really.

The Swordsman unit, known as the SD, shows a sword over the sheild. It is well known that the Roman's kept their Shield infront of their swords, hence the icon is reversed. If you reverse the SD you get DS.

The heavy cavalry strength is 4C7. Drop the C because it is not a number, and view upside down and it looks like Lr - hence the DSLR.

That was the hard part. The numbers are incredibly straightforward. 200-500 = -300. Multiplying the numbers on the SD gives you 25*4*4=400. Doing the same with the Heavy Cavalry gives you 12 * 4 * 7 = 332. Of course $B$ in Hexidecimal is 1024 decimal while 4C7 is 1223, or almost 200 more than the swordsman. However, in defense the strength of the cavalry is halved, giving 166, so should the swordsman attack the difference is 250 or therabouts. Two attacks would make it 500 - hence 200-500.

Finally, the focal length is trivial once you note that the 5.6E is 1390 when translated into decimal.

QED

Paul

Very, very close. Yes it's a digital microscope but the Celestron version.

Thygocanberra

I resorted to Google with your clues - light source, 5MP and macro.

Is it this beastie? - Dino-Lite Edge AM7115MZTW 2X~50X 5.0MP Metal Handheld Macro Digital Microscope

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