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New stereomicroscope offers improved work efficiency with evolved operations.

Expanding the magnification range to 8x (1x -8x), Nikon's newest stereomicroscope boasts its ease of use and high-definition observation demanded in fields such as the IVF market. Additionally, newly developed “Plan Apo WF” and “ED plan WF” objectives deliver clearer, crisper images.

Key Features

Wide Zoom Range

The SMZ800N comes with a 1 – 8x zooming range, with higher magnification than conventional models and enables high-resolution observation.

Improved resolution of SMZ800N

SMZ800N

Conventional model


High Quality Images

Amazingly clear and bright images with reduced chromatic aberrations can be acquired throughout the extended zoom range through the newly developed “Plan Apo WF” and “ED plan WF” objectives.

Apochromat optics

Conventional optics


Improved Ergonomics

There are several eyepiece tubes to fit various configurations, from a simple setup to a system with some intermediate modules or digital cameras. With an ergonomic eyepiece tube, the observation angle can be adjusted from 0-30 degrees, allowing for comfortable observation postures even if combined with intermediate modules like illuminators or teaching heads.  Furthermore, the Plain Stands and Diascopic LED Stands adapted a slim design for easier operation and exchange of specimens and samples.


Versatile Double Nosepiece

The double nosepiece allows for seamless observation in a wide range of magnifications. In addition, changing objectives has never been easier.

By changing the nosepiece from stereo-position (stereo view) to mono-position (on-axis view), you can easily acquire images suited for measuring and processing.

On-axis view

P-RN2 Nosepiece


Expandable with a Wide Range of Accessories

To support a variety of observation methods and applications used for research and inspection, an assortment of accessories, such as illumination units, stands, and eyepiece tubes, are available. By incorporating a “Fly Eye Lens” with the Epi-Fluorescence illuminator, uniform brightness over the entire field of view is realized, which helps in observing specimen that needs a wide magnification range. Nikon also offers several digital cameras ideally suited for different stereo microscope applications.

Diascopic illumination stands have been renewed. The slim LED base design provides easy access to specimen and easy operation. As with the SMZ25 and SMZ18, the diascopic illumination base features Nikon’s very own oblique illumination, the OCC illuminator. The built-in feature offers high contrast observation for transparent samples such as oocytes used in the IVF application.

OCC Illumination Diascopic brightfield illumination  

With the LED Diascopic Illumination Base and P-DSF32 Fiber Diascopic Illumination Stand, image contrast under OCC illumination can be easily adjusted.

OCC illumination boosts the contrast of transparent sample structures.

Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus in two-cell stage

Fibers

Semiconductor

Brain of adult drosophila excited with GFP

Image courtesy of Hokto Kazama, Ph.D., Circuit Mechanisms of Sensory Perception, Brain Science Institute, RIKEN



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