Acquire Precise Images with X Line Objectives

These objectives combine improved flatness, numerical aperture, and chromatic aberration to deliver clear, high-resolution images with better color accuracy across the entire spectrum. The elimination of violet color aberration creates clear whites and vivid pinks, improving contrast and sharpness.

Bright LED Lighting Designed for Pathology and Laboratory

With spectral characteristics similar to halogen light sources, the LED illuminator enables you to view the purple, cyan, and pink colors important in clinical research applications while enjoying the long use life of an LED.

Digital Imaging Helps Simplify Your Work

From advanced research to capturing images for conferences, our digital microscope cameras and cellSens imaging software help ensure fluorescence imaging with a high signal-to-noise ratio.

Upgrade to Motorized Components

Automatically record and share magnification setting information with the optional coded nosepiece or change observation methods with a single touch using the hand switch. Motorized options include:

  • Fluorescence cube
  • Filter wheel
  • Nosepiece
  • Condenser

Bright Images in Multi-Head Configurations

The multi-head light path has been redesigned not only to orient all images the same way but also to allow the intense LED to provide clear, bright images for up to 26 participants.

Save Microscopy Data via Coded Units

Add an optional coded nosepiece to your BX53 microscope to automatically record and share magnification setting information for post-imaging treatments. The metadata is automatically sent to cellSens software, helping minimize mistakes and scaling errors

Applied Technology

Mirror Units Optimized for Fluorescence

The fluorescence mirror units have advanced coatings that provide high transmission and steep cut-off slopes. The interior surfaces eliminate over 99% of stray light for high sensitivity and sharp color separation.

High-Transmission Objectives with Reduced Autofluorescence

UIS2 objectives with a high numerical aperture (NA) have chromatic aberration corrections to provide high resolution, even from faint fluorescence signals. Advanced coating technologies reduce autofluorescence and improve the signal-to-noise ratio for flat, high transmission over a wide wavelength.

Condenser Reduces Back Reflections

During fluorescence imaging, the motorized universal condenser reduces back reflections and autofluorescence by swinging its top lens out, automatically closing its diaphragm to a minimum, and locating the wheel between two positions.