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Olympus Upright BX51

This simple upright microscope comes equipped for transmitted light imaging, including phase contrast. It has 10x and 40x objective lenses, a QImaging colour camera and Image Pro Plus software. This microscope is ideal for taking snapshots of histological sections. For whole slide imaging of histology slides, please see the Aperio scanner page.


Training Courses Available
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Widefield Microscope Training

Model
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Olympus BX51

Objective Lenses
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UPlanFl 10x/0.30 NA
Plan N 10x/0.25 NA Ph1
LUCPlanFl 40x/0.60 NA RC3

Illumination Sources
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120W metal-halide EXFO X-Cite 120 bulb (fluorescence)
100W Halogen (transmission)

Filter Sets
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DAPI, FITC, and CY3

Cameras
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QImaging colour camera

Software
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Media Cybernetics Image Pro Premier

Advantages and Techniques
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Phase contrast for unstained specimens


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