• The ICC50 E exclusively uses the facilities network (WLAN or LAN) to allow students to connect to the camera. This is an ideal solution if you don`t want to add additional Wi-Fi access points to your existing wireless network concept. These 5-megapixel cameras can live-stream HD images to students’ smartphones or tablets. Students can connect to the ICC50 W either through their own internal Wi-Fi signal or through the facilities network.
  • The Leica IC90 E CMOS microscope camera for stereo microscopes was developed for the Leica M series stereo microscopes. It provides pin-sharp images with spot-on color reproduction for professional visualization and documentation of industrial applications.
  • The Leica DFC9000 sCMOS camera will turn your imagination into reality. This monochrome microscope camera with newest scientific CMOS (sCMOS) sensor technology for fluorescence imaging enables you to image your cells under near-native conditions.
  • These cooled 2.8 megapixel cameras provide a new paradigm for camera image quality through truly innovative design. The monochrome DFC7000 GT for demanding fluorescence applications, or the color DFC7000 T developed for both brightfield and fluorescence imaging.
  • The Leica DFC3000 G is a grayscale USB 3.0 microscope camera for routine fluorescence applications. You will receive crisp images due to its unique passive cooling architecture and its highly sensitive CCD sensor. Correlated pixel double sampling together with a reduction of the ambient temperature of the sensor offers an exceptionally clear and noise -free signal. Its CCD sensor is particularly suitable for low light situations such as fluorescence and will capture even smallest amounts of light.
  • The K5 (grayscale) is ideal for routine fluorescence imaging applications such as immunostaining assays and 3D Cell Culture imaging. Image a wide variety of sample types with the flexibility and power of high 4.2megapixel resolution and fast 40 fps imaging brought to you by the K5.
  • The DMC6200 camera delivers amazing images with intense color detail and contrast - whether at the lowest or highest magnification. Its state-of-the-art CMOS sensor has a 5.86 μm pixel size, 2.3 megapixels sensor resolution, and an astounding dynamic range of 73 dB (4000:1). Achieve an image resolution of up to 20.7 megapixels with cutting-edge pixel shift technology.
  • The DMC5400 color CMOS camera offers high frame rate & high-resolution color images even at low magnification. It is optimized to produce fast, high quality images for documentation, evaluation and analysis, for a wide variety of samples and applications in manufacturing and life science research.
  • Leica DMC4500 color camera. It has been designed as a versatile, uncomplicated tool that simplifies the imaging process from capture through to processing. It is ideally suited to life science applications such as documenting slides and organisms, pathology or pharmaceutical testing and industrial applications such as quality control and failure analysis.