CrestOptics developed the new confocal system X-Light V2 Large FOV (25mm), specifically dedicated to the new Nikon Eclipse Ti2
In the very recent years the demand for high-speed acquisitions and large eld of view analysis growth considerably in the biological microscopy research community, and more in general, in the current scientific research following the increased size of cameras sensors and the PCs computational capabilities in managing large volumes of data.
At the end of 2016 Nikon introduced its new inverted large field of view, high-throughput microscope
ECLIPSE Ti2 (https://www.nikon.com/news/2016/1109_ti2_01.htm).
Almost at the same time, one of the largest cameras manufacturer, Photometrics, has launched the first prototype of the new large field of view sCMOS Prime 95B (https://www.photometrics.com/products/datasheets/Prime95B-25mm-Datasheet.pdf).
That’s why Crest Optics, following this demand and Nikon Instruments request, has developed and
launched at the beginning of 2017 its new confocal spinning disk system, X-Light V2 L-FOV compatible with large FOV microscopes and large FOV sensors, covering afield up to 25mm. View here image gallery.
Maintaining its high optical quality, high-speed confocal acquisition capabilities (only limited by camera’s speed), high-illumination efficiency and uniformity the X-Light V2 L-FOV establishes a milestone in the confocal large data analysis market.
For further specifications click here.
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