New Nikon Eclipse Ti2-E Advanced Inverted Microscope
Now Available for Demonstration
With the launch of Nikon's brand new inverted research Ti2 series, we thought we would dive a little deeper into the flagship Ti2-E model.
A number of key innovations in stability, speed and modularity have pushed the Ti2-E to the very forefront of research microscopy. Perfect Focus is now decoupled from the objective turret, reducing thermal and mechanical load and increasing stability.
The Ti2 imaging port FOV is a huge 25mm, perfectly suited to high speed/high throughput applications with modern large-chip sCMOS & EMCCD cameras.
Motorised functions of the Ti2-E can now be natively triggered allowing for highly optimised, high speed imaging routines across a huge range of modalities.
In short, the Ti2-E is faster, more stable and more flexible than any other inverted research microscope to date.
Nikon has created an incredibly versatile, high performance platform that we are pleased to be demonstrating in labs around Australia and New Zealand. If you would like to join one of our lab demonstrations and experience the Ti2-E up close, please register your interest.