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Built by your needs: Olympus introduces the new BX3 Microscope Series
The new BX3 series sets a new standard in upright clinical and research microscopy. Thanks to its modularity the BX3 adapts to user requirements and applications even if they change over the years - an upright microscope system built by your needs.
Ultimate imaging systems adaptable to your exact workflow - The BX3 Research Microscope Systems
Olympus introduces the new BX3 research microscope system, which delivers unmatched adaptability at all levels. Following on from the highly successful BX2 range, the BX3 research systems provide users with a "blank canvas" to fully define their own working environment: from the microscope and imaging components to software workflows, GUIs and the positioning of the controls on the desktop. The manual BX53 frame offers complete system flexibility with optional coded and automated modules and the BX63 frame provides advanced automation as standard. As a result, the Olympus BX3 research microscopes combine perfectly with imaging modules, cameras and the cellSens software programmes to enable users to build a system intimately designed to their specific needs.
Adaptable microscopy systems set new standards in ergonomics and efficiency - The BX3 Clinical Microscope Systems
With a host of peerless features, the Olympus BX3 range establishes a new standard in clinical microscopy. The BX3 clinical microscopes incorporate the advanced Olympus UIS2 optical components and are uniquely adaptable, ensuring the ultimate level of imaging flexibility and ergonomic operation. In combination with numerous motorisation and contrast options, intuitive labSens software and the Olympus digital-imaging camera range, the BX3 microscopes are digital documentation and future-lab-ready, enabling your microscope system to adapt in line with your changing and growing workflow requirements.
The new BX3 microscope series will be launched at the Biotechnica in Hanover from October 5 to 7. For more information visit hall 9, booth F26 or visit www.microscopy.olympus.eu