Olympus is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of professional opto-digital products for medicine, science and industry. As a result, Olympus provides a comprehensive range for all market requirements. From microscopes for training and routine tasks to high-end system solutions in the fields of life science, there is a system for every need. The product line is complemented by innovative laboratory equipment for cellular research applications and the new all-in-one microscopes that offer user engagement at all levels.
The Olympus IX3 series offers manual and motorized inverted microscopes designed for live cell imaging applications. The modular design offers extraordinary system flexibility and facilitates future upgrades.
Olympus upright microscopes define the standard in microscopy - robust to endure the rigors of education, highly reliable and ergonomic to meet clinical lab expectations, and sophisticated for the most demanding research projects.
The Olympus stereomicroscope series is designed to increase contrast and resolution for obtaining the highest image quality during macro observation at low magnification, as well as optimum resolution at high magnification. Enhanced versatility is assured by high zoom ranges and increased focal depth. The new features, automated options and eco-friendly lighting allow for high level application-oriented imaging and digital archiving tasks.
Research Macro Zoom Microscope, MVX10 provides a solution to researchers interested in the impact of gene expression and protein function at the cellular level as well as within whole tissues, organs and organisms.
The Olympus DSU (Disk Scanning Unit) represents a breakthrough in spinning disk confocal technology. The DSU disk contains a pattern of slits that creates a virtual pinhole as the disk spins at 3,000 to 5,600 rpm.
Virtual Microscopy is computer-based technology that offers the full range of traditional microscope functionality and more. A virtual slide is a digitally captured glass slide which is comprised of high-resolution images. The convenience of a computer is then used to view, navigate, change magnification and focus through the virtual slide with speed and ease.
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