Objective lenses, perfect for imaging 3D cell cultures and thick tissue samples, provide superior depth and resolution performance for biological imaging by more closely matching the refractive index of cells and tissues.
High-performance objectives with a large FOV of 25 mm at all magnifications, allowing capture of complex biological phenomena. With high NA and long WD, images deep within the sample can be clearly captured. It corrects chromatic aberration over a wide wavelength range and acquires accurate multicolor images.
Objective lenses designed to provide the highest quality point spread functions for super-resolution imaging.
Microscope objectives designed specifically for Total Internal Reflection Applications, featuring the highest N.A. of all Nikon objectives.
Compatible with various optical clearing agents which have a wide range of refractive indices. Designed for ultra-deep, large-scale imaging.
With exceptionally high numerical apertures and ultra-long working distances, these lenses are designed for multiphoton imaging and electrophysiology applications.
Objectives with long working distances and high numerical apertures. Ideal for electrophysiology, IR-DIC imaging, and multiphoton applications.
Microscope objectives optimized for live cell and confocal imaging. These objectives offer superior chromatic aberration correction and high transmission rates thanks to Nikon's exclusive Nano-Crystal Coat technology.
Exclusive Nikon Nano-Crystal Coat technology produces bright, sharp and high contrast images perfect for multi-color fluorescence live-cell imaging.
With extended chromatic aberration correction (including the violet range), these objectives are ideal for multi-spectral confocal applications.
Multi-purpose microscope objectives suitable for phase contrast, brightfield, and fluorescence observations.
A microscope objective which features an exceptionally high transmission from the ultra-violet to the infra-red, and flatness across the entire field of view. Ideal for critical fluorescence applications.
These objectives feature high transmittance from near-ultraviolet to near-infrared wavelengths and extra-long working distance (ELWD) to accommodate large samples and culture vessels of variable thickness.
These objectives are effective in research utilizing stem cells and drug design research. They are capable of a long working distance and provide a high numerical aperture.
Microscope objective providing exceptional UV transmission, high NAs, and superior chromatic correction. Ideal for Ca2+ imaging and caged compound work.
Objectives designed for ICSI and microinjection applications. Enables high-contrast observation of stain-free samples through plasticware.
Dry objective for high-magnification and high-resolution brightfield and DIC microscopy, optimal for intracytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection (IMSI) and related applications.
Phase contrast objectives with incredible flatness and corrected for chromatic aberration across the entire visible spectrum, including the violet wavelength.
Microscope objectives providing incredible image flatness over the entire field of view, with chromatic aberration correction throughout the entire visible spectrum.
Microscope objectives suitable for the ECLIPSE Si, providing superior image flatness across the entire field of view, with chromatic aberration correction in the visible range.
Microscope objectives designed for the ECLIPSE Ei, providing incredible image flatness over the entire field of view, with chromatic aberration correction throughout the entire visible spectrum.
Phase contrast objectives incorporating Nikon's proprietary apodization technique to reduce halo effects in thick samples.
Phase contrast objectives corrected for chromatic aberration across the entire visible spectrum.
Microscope objectives corrected for chromatic aberration across the entire visible spectrum.
Objectives that do not use a cover glass, suitable for observation of specialized samples.
Dispersion Staining (DS) includes a number of related techniques for identifying materials based on their dispersive properties. Identification of asbestos is a common application of DS microscopy.