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Leica DM1000 phase-contrast

Leica DM1000-wifi

The Leica DM1000-wifi is a portable microscope offering standard brightfield or phase-contrast illumination with Kohler illumination that is simple to set up. Within the camera body is a 5MP colour wifi camera that streams images to your phone or tablet using the freely available Leica AirLab app. The app enables a variety of controls such as exposure, white balance, scale and other annotations. Battery packs enable the microscope to be used without an external power source.

  

 

Features:

  • Phase-contrast optics
  • Leica ICC50 W camera with wifi (requires free iOS/Android app), hdmi and usb outputs
  • SD card port
  • Stain-free, easy-clean stage.

 

Objectives:

4x, 10x, 20x, 40x, 100x oil immersion.

 

 

 

Supported by the Gatsby Foundation

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