New dimensions of fluorescence microscopy

Thursday, 07 August, 2008 | Supplied by: Leica Microsystems Pty Ltd

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The Leica M205 FA stereomicroscope is suitable for demanding fluorescence applications in developmental, molecular and cellular biology.

Combining the revolutionary FusionOptics technology with the successful TripleBeam principle, the fully automated stereomicroscope creates fluorescence images of high quality.

Used for the first time in the M series, FusionOptics takes advantage of a neurological phenomenon: the left beam path produces great depth of field, while the right beam path provides a high-resolution image.

The human brain itself then combines the best information from both channels, using it to compose an image that claims a resolution and depth of field that have not been achieved in any stereomicroscope before.

With its fully apochromatic optics, the largest zoom range on the market (20.5:1) and the top resolution performance of up to 1050 lp/mm, the Leica M205 FA is able to show the viewer details that used to be invisible, according to Leica Microsystems.

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