Leica M205 FA and M205 FCA Fluorescence stereo microscopes by Leica Microsystems EMEA

Leica Microsystems has developed the M205 FA and M205 FCA fluorescence stereo microscopes to enable you to detect transgenic expression like GFP and mCherry in early stages, allowing you to select the right sample to successfully base your studies on.


Leica M205 FA and M205 FCA Fluorescence stereo microscopes by Leica Microsystems EMEA product image
Leica M205 FA and M205 FCA microscopes
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Do you sometimes feel like you are fishing in the dark because you are looking for fluorescence signals that are increasingly faint and weak? Brightness and high-resolution images are a must in modern developmental biology and research.

Leica Microsystems has developed the M205 FA and M205 FCA fluorescence stereo microscopes to enable you to detect transgenic expression like GFP and mCherry in early stages, allowing you to select the right sample to successfully base your studies on.

Leica M205 FCA: semi-automated with manual zoom 
Until now, you probably had to switch between two different systems: one for fast screening with a manual zoom that is intuitive to manoeuvre and a high-end solution to see and capture the faintest signals in an image. The Leica M205 FCA fluorescence stereo microscope unites both worlds and combines super-fast manual screening with high-end imaging capabilities.

Leica M205 FA fully motorized fluorescence stereo microscope

  • The Leica M205 FA opens up a new world of research in fluorescence microscopy, for instance when working in a sterile cabinet.
  • Easily handle complex multi-channel fluorescence imaging procedures
  • Execute demanding experiments with the motorized zoom, filter changer, Fluorescence Intensity Manager (FIM), and iris diaphragm
  • Get high resolution at the stage level: the Leica LMT 260 scanning stage positions your sample in the sub-um range and holds life cell incubation equipment