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X Line High-Performance Objectives and IXplore

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Brightness comparison

Conventional objectives (left) versus X Line objectives (right)

Bright, High-Resolution Images

X Line objectives’ high numerical aperture produces bright, high-resolution images. In time-lapse imaging applications, the objectives enable you to reduce excitation power to minimize photobleaching and phototoxicity. The objectives are ideal for use with automated systems, such as IXplore Pro and Live.

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Uniform Quality from the Center to the Edge

Improved flatness provides consistently high image quality across the entire field of view, enabling precisely stitched images by taking advantage of large sCMOS image sensors.

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Improved image flatness

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IXplore Pro

IXplore Pro

  • Automated multi-dimensional observation with easy experiment set up
  • Boost your statistics with multi-well plate screening
  • Acquire fluorescence panoramic images of large samples, such as brain slices
  • Increase resolution and create optical sections with deconvolution 

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IXplore Live

IXplore Live

  • Utilize the Olympus real-time controller for physiologically relevant data with minimal cell disturbance
  • Maintain cell viability while imaging with various environmental control options
  • Maintain focus accurately and reliably in time-lapse experiments with the Olympus hardware autofocus (Z-drift compensation) system
  • Discover the real shape of your cells with Olympus silicone immersion optics 

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