Microsoft Surface Studio
28" PixelSense TM Touch Display
4500 x 3000 (192 PPI) Resolution
Multi Dimensional Imaging:
Time Lapse, Multi-Point, Mosaic, Multi-Channel, Z-Stack
5 Channels - Mercury Free LED illumination with
50,000 hour lifespan
Olympus 1.25x-100x Plan Achromat, Fluorite, and Apochromat
Brightfield: 5MP CMOS Color (2048 x 1536 : 3.45um pixels)
Fluorescence: 5MP sCMOS Mono (2048 x 1536 : 3.45um pixels)
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LED Light Cubes
Motorized turret accommodates up to four cubes
Objective Lenses: By Olympus
Nosepiece turret can accommodate up to six objective lenses
What are the different objective types?
Apochromat: Highest resolution lenses with highest correction for chromatic and spherical aberrations. Requires coverslip prepared samples for viewing.
Fluorite: Universal objective lenses with moderate correction for chromatic and spherical aberrations. Can be used for viewing coverslip samples or plastic vessels depending on Working Distances (WD).
Achromat: Cost efficient lenses with lower correction for chromatic and spherical aberrations. Can be used for viewing coverslip samples or plastic vessels depending on Working Distances (WD).
CSC: Coverslip corrected for glass slide that use standard #1.5 coverslips.
LWD: Long working distance objective lens used to view samples through thicker vessels such as petri dishes, well plates, flasks, etc.
Condensers can be used with brightfield and phase contrast objective lenses
Which condenser is right for you?
ELWD: Extra Long Working Distance condenser for samples that require longer working distances such as petri dishes, well plates and flasks. This condenser comes pre centered and pre-aligned.
HR: High Resolution condenser is used for samples with short working distance requirements such as glass slides. This condenser offers alignment controls for Kohler Illumination.
No insert required for mulit-well plates