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Axio Observer

Axio Observer boosts high-end materials microscopy by unprecedented optical performance. With extremely low light scattering and surprisingly high contrast, it provides distinctly more information content with the high quality images it generates. Carl Zeiss has redesigned and optimized the entire optics of Axio Observer. The beam path has been apochromatically corrected so it brings out the full power of the Carl Zeiss objectives adding brilliant quality to all contrasting methods.
Axio Observer
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Microscope Type Inverted

Features

Type:         
Inverted compound microscope         
Configuration:         
Axio Observer.A1m (manual)         
Axio Observer.D1m (coded and motorized components that can be read via PC)         
Axio Observer.Z1m (fully motorized)         
Contrasting techniques:         
Reflected light: Brightfield, Darkfield, Polarization, DIC, C-DIC         
Transmitted light: Brightfield, Darkfield, Polarization, DIC         
Objectives:         
Epiplan objectives; Enhanced Contrast (EC) objective series: EC Epiplan-NEOFLUAR objectives, EC Epiplan-APOCHROMAT objectives         
         
Imaging Components:         
Revolving objective nosepiece:         
Axio Observer.A1m (6x HD DIC manual)         
Axio Observer.D1m (6x HD DIC coded)         
Axio Observer.Z1m (6x HD DIC motorized ACR)         
Focus control:         
Axio Observer.A1m / D1m (manual 2mm / 0.2 mm)         
Axio Observer.Z1m (motorized)         
Options:         
Include (depending on stand version) various reflector turrets, documentation, switching mirror for two lamps, transmitted light, LCD or TFT display, docking station, light manager, contrast manager)         
Analytical System:         
AxioVision imaging software, modules such as MosaiX, Panorama, TIC measurement         
Wide range of digital cameras

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