Confocal Microscopes

Confocal Microscopes

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Go beyond standard confocal imaging with Nikon’s confocal microscope systems. The AX/AX R is Nikon’s 10th generation confocal microscope series and features ultra-high pixel density, improved sensitivity, speed and a large 25mm field of view. The AX/AX R confocal microscope systems capture an unprecedented level of detail even with large specimens. A suite of Artificial Intelligence (AI) based software tools streamlines confocal imaging workflows and simplifies data extraction. With a modular design, the AX/AX R easily accommodates multi-modal experiments as well as future expansion to accommodate evolving research needs.

Nikon also offers high-speed, field-scanning confocal microscope systems including the Yokogawa CSU and Crest X-Light confocal series, ideal for live cell and organoid imaging. Nikon’s industry-leading optics, including silicone immersion lenses, a perfect autofocusing mechanism (PFS) for uninterrupted time-lapse imaging, and powerful NIS-Elements software elevate these confocal systems to the next level.

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AX / AX R

Nikon’s newest confocal microscope with unparalleled resolution, speed, sensitivity and field of view, with AI-based tools for simplifying acquisition and analysis.

  • Research
  • Biotech

A1 HD25 / A1R HD25

Confocal microscope featuring the world’s largest 25mm field of view for high-throughput, high-resolution imaging.

  • Research
  • Biotech

CSU Series

Field scanners are renowned for their low dosage, specimen friendly characteristics, making them ideal for live cell or organism applications.

  • Research
  • Biotech

Crest X-Light Series

Flexible and budget friendly confocal spinning disk solutions for large field of view (25mm). Optimal for live cell imaging and sectioning of large specimens

  • Research
  • Biotech