Carl Zeiss offers high performance objectives specially designed for live cell imaging and 3-D imaging techniques and has launched its new theme, Carl Zeiss 3-D Science: Dynamic Diversity Discovery.
The company provides customers with microscopes and objectives that achieve the optical performance necessary to meet the demands of modern research, and the guidance to ensure the selection of the best available objective for the individual application. When selecting an objective, there are a number of criteria that must be considered. Important factors including magnification, numerical aperture, working distance, optical correction, temperature tolerance, transmission, geometry, available budget and others need to be considered in order to select an objective that will best fit the application at hand, according to a company release.
The company offers a new brochure detailing the selection process and the range of objective classes from Carl Zeiss to aid in specifying the right objective. This guide provides background information about imaging properties, correction approaches, and specimen handling, and is available along with an online objective selection database. The online database allows users to find recommended objectives based on defined search criteria, and contains detailed technical information ranging from contrast methods to transmission data on each objective.
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