Manual research stereo microscopes from Leica Microsystems provide high-contrast, modular solutions for industrial, materials or life science applications. These ergonomic and customizable solutions combine high resolution with wide sample overview for convenient inspection and analysis.
Automated research stereo microscopes and macroscopes are flexible, motorized solutions for life science, industrial and materials science applications. When combined with Leica digital microscope cameras and easy-to-use Leica Application Suite software, these systems provide the detailed documentation, measurement and evaluation you need.
The THUNDER Imager Model Organism allows fast and easy 3D exploration of whole organisms for developmental or molecular biology research. Thanks to Computational Clearing, your images reveal the finest structural details. No hassle with out-of-focus blur while maintaining the capabilities and ease-of-use typical for Leica stereo microscopes.
A THUNDER Imager Model Organism is the optimal instrument for studying, e.g., Drosophila, C. elegans, zebrafish, plants, and mice. One device for screening, positioning, and imaging your specimen. Simplify your workflow and study model organisms from a large overview to the highest detail.
Your goal: high-quality images that allow measurements and can be accurately repeated with minimal effort. The Leica coded stereo microscopes help you to pave the way to correct results.
Do you sometimes feel like you are fishing in the dark because you are looking for fluorescence signals that are increasingly faint and weak? Brightness and high resolution images are a must in modern developmental biology and research.
Leica Microsystems has developed the M205 FA and M205 FCA fluorescence stereo microscopes to enable you to detect transgenic expression like GFP and mCherry in early stages, allowing you to select the right sample to successfully base your studies on.
Until now, you probably had to switch between two different systems: one for fast screening with a manual zoom that is intuitive to maneuver and a high-end solution to see and capture the faintest signals in an image.
The Leica M205 FCA fluorescence stereo microscope unites both worlds and combines super-fast manual screening with high-end imaging capabilities.
Handle your daily inspection or documentation, work confidently, and stay flexible in times of change. The modular stereo microscopes of the M series from Leica are the right choice for an abundant variety of tasks in life sciences and industrial applications.
The M50, M60, and M80 allow operators to see a large sample overview, work comfortably under the microscope, and capture images of important details easily.
The Leica M165 FC fully apochromatic corrected stereo microscopewith 16.5:1 zoom optics resolves structures down to 1.1 micron for detailed fluorescent imaging.
Image coding allows easy, convenient reproduction of image settings and parameters for fast, consistent, high quality observation and documentation.
TripleBeam technology dedicates a separate beam channel for fluorescence illumination to enhance image contrast, details and intensity for better performance.
The Leica MZ10 F modular stereo microscope with 8x-80x magnification and 375 Lp/mm high resolution provides triple beam technology, which designates a separate beam path specifically for fluorescent illumination for high contrast and detailed fluorescent imaging.
With the FluoIII rapid filter changer, which allows fast interchange between triple beam standard or custom filter sets, the Leica MZ10 F is the ideal tool for fluorescence applications such as gene expression studies or developmental biology applications.
Leica Microsystems develops and manufactures microscopes and scientific instruments for the analysis of microstructures and nanostructures.
Widely recognized for optical precision and innovative technology, the company is one of the market leaders in compound and stereo microscopy, digital microscopy, confocal laser scanning and super-resolution microscopy with related imaging systems, electron microscopy sample preparation, and surgical microscopy.