Apr. 12, 2012
The imaging system Tab4Lab from Carl Zeiss Microscopy enables direct and fast image evaluation on a space-saving and integrated tablet image recording system for microscopes that can be adapted to tablet PCs and can be operated via touchscreen. Tab4Lab minimizes both the learning curve and the time required for routine applications. The workflows are modeled on those used in clinical labs and in quality assurance in industry and the user interface is available in various languages.
moreNov. 23, 2011
Framos has added INFINITYHD, a 1080p60 HD microscopy camera from Lumenera, to its portfolio.
moreOct. 28, 2011
The BX3 clinical microscope system from Olympus is used for analysis and disease diagnosis in pathology and cytology. Images with accurately rendered colours are created with a true colour LED illumination technology and built in Light Intensity Manager (LIM).
moreSep. 07, 2011
Nikon Instruments has introduced Eclipse Ni-U, a clinical research and bioscience upright microscope based on the renowned Eclipse Ti modular design.
moreOct. 22, 2010
Olympus has recently launched labSens - a complete documentation package for clinical and research imaging. The software provides a workflow-oriented user interface, ensuring that the key functions for digital imaging, analysis and documentation are clearly presented and easy-to-use. This is achieved by seamlessly combining the new Olympus BX3 clinical microscopes with digital imaging cameras, as well as automation components, to provide the perfect conduit between the user, the process and the microscope system.
moreOct. 05, 2010
Olympus has launched the new BX3 upright research microscope systems at Biotechnica, Hannover. Following on from the successful BX2 range, the BX3 systems provide users with a ‘blank canvas' to fully define their own working environment: from the microscope and imaging components, through software workflows and GUIs, right down to the positioning of the controls on the desktop. The manual BX53 frame offers complete system flexibility with optional coded and automated modules and the BX63 frame provides advanced automation as standard.
moreNov. 03, 2009
Olympus has introduced the new CX21LED clinical microscope with built-in light emitting diode (LED) illumination. Offering consistent long-term performance for biological and medical applications, this cost-effective imaging system can illuminate samples with a similar light intensity to that provided by halogen bulbs. Furthermore, the LED light source produces a more uniform, controllable and stable illumination for high-quality imaging. As an environmentally-friendly and easy-to-use system, this microscope is also ideal for educational use.