Carl Zeiss MicroImaging has released the Mirax Micro digital slide scanner, which offers a workflow centric software solution developed to meet the specific requirements of pathologists.
Michelson Diagnostics has released upgrades to its EX1301 OCT microscope. The upgrades provide higher imaging resolution, 3D image capture capability, and improved capture frame rate.
Veeco Instruments has introduced its new InSight 3D Automated Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) Platform.
Horiba Jobin Yvon has introduced two new fast Raman scanning technologies: Swift and DuoScan. Swift provides per pixel measurement times as fast as 7ms. A 50,000-pixel spectrum image can be obtained in six minutes.
Carl Zeiss has released the Zen 2007 software to help users control image acquisition during laser scanning microscopy by reducing the complexity of the interface without diminishing the range and scope of the functions available.
Andor Technology has launched a new tool for its Revolution laser microscopy solutions aimed at live-cell imaging. Revolution Frappa uses computer-steered laser beam to photo-bleach or photo-activate a user-defined region in a live cell specimen.
The DCS-120, manufactured by Becker and Hickl and distributed by Photonic Solutions, is a complete confocal laser scanning fluorescence lifetime imaging system.
New Wave Research has introduced the QuikLaze 200 and the complimentary BDS1000 industrial microscope. Optimised for high g-force gantry operation, the QuikLaze 200 and BDS1000 combine to create a rugged opto-mechanical platform.
Edmund Optics is now offering the Infiniprobe UV video microscopes, which feature a continuously focusable design as well as easy mounting to video cameras.
Version 2.1 of the camera control and image capture software for ProgRes microscope cameras by Jenoptik comes with extended measurement functionality, optimised time-lapse image capturing and comfortable handling.