Microscope cameras from Leica are particularly remarkable for their fast live images, short reaction times, high resolution and clear contrast. And they are compatible with almost all Leica microscopes and macroscopes.
Leica microscope cameras for education provide high resolution documentation for lab reports and teaching presentations.
Users of imaging systems in Life Sciences have a broad range of different imaging needs
Therefore, our cameras for Life Sciences are designed as multitalented imaging systems. They are apt tools for both routine and research applications that provide precise monitoring and documentation of specimen and tissues. Thus supporting alltransmitted light contrasting methods such as Differential Interference Contrast (DIC), Phase Contrast (PH) or Brightfield Contrast (BF). And their color reproduction perfectly matches all kind of staining procedures.
For fluorescence applications, we offer cameras designed to capture every photon emitted from the fluorescent specimen with as little background noise as possible. They allow sophisticated multidimensional acquisition and help generate fascinating insights into the dynamic processes of living cells.
Digital microscope cameras for optimum visualization and ultimate ease of use
Microscope applications in Industry require high frame rates for swift work, excellent image quality for precise analysis and ease of use for confident use of the instrument – that is what our digital microscope cameras for Industry applications stand for.
As a leader in innovation, Leica Microsystems provides powerful digital microscope cameras for PC-based or stand-alone systems. The portfolio includes various CCD and CMOS based color cameras with resolutions ranging from 2.5 up 8 Megapixels – with pixel shifting technology even up to 12.5 Megapixels.
All cameras can be connected to a PC with a single interface cable – based on standard interfaces like Firewire-B, USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 – and are controlled by the software Leica Application Suite (LAS).
Excellent fluorescence images need a crisp fluorescence signal, a dark background and as little noise as possible. This is why we base our fluorescence cameras on high-sensitivity CCD sensors that are ideally suited to low light applications and will capture even a minimum of light. Additionally, our cameras sport a cooling system that will reduce background noise.
Fast acquisition is also crucial – with our cameras, the exposure times can be reduced to protect the cells and tissues from photo-damage.
We provide imaging systems ranging from routine fluorescence applications to challenging multidimensional acquisition scenarios. Our software Leica Application Suite (LAS) and its special counterpart for fluorescence application LAS Advanced Fluorescence is up to any task: The LAS AF is even capable of external triggering and will allow multidimensional documentation precisely as you need it.
Leica MC190 HD
HD Digital Microscope Camera
Digital Color Microscope Camera
Allrounder Microscope Camera
Leica ICC50 W & ICC50 E
Cameras for Compound Microscopes -