31st European Congress of Pathology

Sep 7 – 11

Nice Acropolis Convention Centre
Nice, France

Booth #A22

Shedding New Light On Pathology@ ECP 2019

7-11 September 2019 | Nice, France

Visit Nikon at ECP, Booth #A22 and discover how we support you in the diagnostics

Microscopes are essential for diagnostics, enabling the pathologists through visualization. During the 31stEuropean Congress of Pathology (ECP) from the European Society of Pathology, Nikon will showcase its ergonomic upright microscopes and digitalization products to connect pathology worldwide.

We will feature our ergonomic Ci upright microscopes with their excellent optics with Nikon Plan Apo Lambda Objectives, which are pivotal to enable the pathologist to see the necessary details for accurate diagnostics. Coupled with our first in class camera Fi3, with excellent color reproduction and resolution, images can be shared remotely with our newly developed software with tablet solution to bring pathologists worldwide together.

Visit us at our booth (#A22) and discover more imaging possibilities

See more than before!

For more information, contact us at marketing.instruments.eu@nikon.com

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Featured Products

Eclipse Ci Series

Ergonomic upright microscopes with eco-illumination for clinical and laboratory applications.

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Eclipse Ni-E

Upright microscope system offering superior optical performance, multi-mode expandability, and advanced motorization capabilities.

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DS-Ri2

16.25-megapixel, high-definition color camera providing superior color reproduction and fast frame rates.

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DS-Fi3

5.9-megapixel color camera offering low-noise, high-resolution imaging, fast live display and exceptional color reproduction.

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NIS-Elements L

Tablet-based controller for DS-Fi3 (and DS-Ri2). Streamlined control and simple measurement and annotation tools.

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CFI Plan Apochromat Lambda Series

Exclusive Nikon Nano-Crystal Coat technology produces bright, sharp and high contrast images perfect for multi-color fluorescence live-cell imaging.

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