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Nikon SMZ25 Research Stereomicroscope

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Nikon SMZ25 Research Stereomicroscope

Nikon SMZ25 Research Stereomicroscope

Breakthrough Stereo Microscope Optics






Traditional boundaries between scientific fields such as molecular biology and developmental biology are rapidly disappearing as researchers seek to connect findings at the molecular level to those derived from cellular, tissue, and organismal studies. Fields including molecular biology, cell biology, neurobiology, embryology, developmental biology and systems biology have increasing needs for imaging systems that span spatial scales from single cells to whole organisms. With these demands in mind, Nikon has developed a stereo microscope that features a large zoom ratio of 25:1, high resolution and exceptional fluorescence transmission capability.



All-new "Perfect Zoom System" offers new levels of imaging power and versatility: Dynamically changes the distance between the two optical axis enabling maximisation of light entry into the optical system at every magnification.
World's largest zoom range enables high resolution macro to micro imaging: Even with a 1x objective, the SMZ25 captures the entire 35mm dish and simultaneously delivers microscopic details

Image below: Arthromacra sp. (Using SHR Plan Apo 1x with SMZ25). Image courtesy of Japan Insect Association

Auto Link Zoom (ALZ): Provides seamless viewing at different magnifications: By adjusting the zoom factor ALZ maintains the same field of view when switching objective lenses
Brighter and higher contrast Epi-fluorescence imaging: Even at low magnification, the SMZ25 captures an entire 35mm dish with equal brightness over the whole field of view
Improved signal-to-noise ratio: Newly developed optical system offers a drastic improvement in S/N ratio even at high magnifications
Avanced motorisation and digital imaging capabilities


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Image below: Live zebrafish expressing GFP- and RFP-neurons, image with Nikon's latest research stereomicroscope, the SMZ25 (fluorescence and OCC). Image courtesy of Joe Fetcho, Ph.D., Cornell University




SMZ18/25 brochure (Bio)                                                            SMZ18/25 brochure (Non-Bio)



Read more on Nikon's website                                            Microscope Objectives for BioScience



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