|Cover glass thickness||Correction ring||Observation|
|CFI Apochromat LWD Lambda S 20XC WI||Diagram||Graph||0.95||0.95 (0.99-0.90)||0.11-0.23||∨||BF, DF (Oil), DIC, POL, FL (Visible light, NIR)|
|CFI Apochromat Lambda S 40XC WI||Diagram||Graph||1.25||0.18 (0.20-0.16)||0.15-0.19||∨||BF, DIC, PH**, POL, FL (Visible light, UV)|
|CFI Apochromat LWD Lambda S 40XC WI||Diagram||Graph||1.15||0.60 (0.61-0.59)||0.15-0.19||∨||BF, DF (Oil), DIC, PH**, POL, FL (Visible light, UV)|
|CFI Plan Apochromat IR 60XC WI||Diagram||Graph||1.27||0.17 (0.18-0.16)||0.15-0.19||∨||BF, DIC, PH**, POL, FL (visible light, UV, NIR)|
Microscope objectives optimized for live cell and confocal imaging.
Lambda S Objectives employ Nikon’s unique Nano Crystal Coat technology, an antireflective coating that virtually eliminates internal lens element reflections across a wide range of wavelengths. It is particularly effective in reducing stray light reflections and flare in high angle (large NA) lenses, enabling very high transmission rates over a broad range of wavelengths extending from the ultraviolet to the infrared. Nikon’s exclusive Nano Crystal Coat employs multiple layers of extra-low refractive index coating, which features ultra-fine crystallized particles of nanometer size. This technology was developed for Nikon’s world famous Photolithography semiconductor manufacturing products and is now available for advancing the performance of microscope objectives.