The Leica DMI6000 B fully automated inverted research microscope is a flexible platform for fluorescence, live cell, time-lapse imaging, high-speed multi-fluorescence optical sectioning, and microma...read more
"Leica automated microscopy is an excellent tool for imaging cells as well as tissues. It does epifluorescence, phase contrast and bright field images. The automated flat platform is high precision and can move by 100um."
"the software is easy to use, but will not stitch multiple images or do a multiple image alignment."
The Leica DMI6000 B fully automated inverted research microscope is a flexible platform for fluorescence, live cell, time-lapse imaging, high-speed multi-fluorescence optical sectioning, and micromanipulation in biomedical research.
A myriad of advanced software options include well-plate screening, 3D imaging, FRET, Deconvolution, and co-localization allow further customization and image analysis capabilities. Deconvolution functionality provides increased in-focus, thru-focus fluorescence image resolution for sharp/clear publication quality images. Featuring intelligent imaging at the touch of a button - control contrast, illumination and stability to ensure razor-sharp, brilliant images. Quality imaging is assured with Leica's Zero Pixel Shift technology. The Leica DMI Illumination Manager automatically sets brightness, aperture, and field diaphragm to optimal values for added convenience and reliability. The Parfocality Manager provides a sharp image at all times even after changing the magnification.
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