Microscope slide scanner SLIDEVIEW VS200

microscope slide scanner
microscope slide scanner
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Type of support
for microscope slides
Other characteristics
fluorescence, high-resolution


Outstanding Image Quality for Quantification Better Resolution and Flatness Uses X Line high-performance objectives to deliver flatter images with a wide field of view and no intensity fall off at the periphery An optimized optical beam path provides more homogenous illumination High-power true color LED matches the performance of halogen, so purple, cyan, and pink stains are correctly represented, imaged, and rendered Fluorescence illuminator with fly-eye lens uniformly distributes light for bright, even images Learn more about X Line objectives Olympus VS200 slide scanner Flexible for Many Applications Combine five observation methods to view structures that are only visible under certain conditions Acquire precise fluorescence signals with reduced photobleaching Various slide sizes can be imaged using specialized trays that are immediately detected by the system Various observation methods, and an overlaid image with DF and FL Various observation methods, and an overlaid image with DF and FL" Testis in Permount, non-stained, captured with a 20X objective. Image data courtesy of Robin Wacker, Günthersleben, Germany. Achieve More in Less Time Loader holds up to 35 sample trays with a maximum capacity of 210 26 × 76 mm (1 × 3 in.) slides Robotics quickly and safely loads and unloads trays while coordinating with the focus and scan unit for fast acquisition Integrated barcode reader automatically captures and records slide information 00:00|00:26 GUI operation of quick and expert modes Simplified and Powerful Workflow



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