Optical microscope SpinSR10

optical microscope
optical microscope
optical microscope
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Observation technique
confocal, super-resolution, for live cells


The Olympus SpinSR10 spinning disk confocal super resolution microscope has been integrated into IXplore SpinSR. The IXplore Systems are designed to provide solutions-based packages that suit your research application needs. Olympus Super Resolution Olympus super resolution (OSR) technology is fast, easy to use, and can provide images from up to 100 microns deep within a cell in areas that are hard to access using other super resolution modes. Live cell super resolution images of internal cellular structures can be captured with 120 nm resolution from all kinds of samples using conventional fluorescent dyes. Processing on a single confocal image achieves super resolution imaging with minimum data volume as well as high speed. Olympus' Dedicated Magnification Changer The Olympus dedicated magnification changer delivers even illumination across the entire field of view. The changer’s telecentric optical system optimized for the IX83 inverted microscope maximizes the performance of the objectives during confocal and super resolution imaging while enabling seamless switching between confocal and super resolution. Fast Super Resolution Imaging and a Wide Field of View Instead of painstakingly scanning the entire field of view, the sensitive imaging sensor on the SpinSR10 captures snapshots of the entire sample area in one step for fast imaging, enabling researchers to observe high-speed biological phenomena. In widefield and confocal mode, the microscope's optical system has a field number (FN) of 18 to capture images with a larger field of view, while two cameras enable users to simultaneously acquire dual-color super resolution images.



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