The BUM450FL is a great upright fluorescence microscope, for all general fluorescence imaging you can expect to do in a research or teaching tab.
This microscope comes with four high-quality infinity objective lenses ( 4X, 10X, 40X, 100X). So, It offers high performance and advanced solution for your imaging purpose.
It provides both fluorescent and bright field microscopy features.
Therefore, this upright fluorescence microscope is an ideal instrument for:
- advanced researching
- basic theory research and clinical diagnosis about medicine
- biology (analysis and test in the industry)
- criminal investigation
- legal medical appraise
- environmental protection
That is to say, BUM450FL Advanced Upright Fluorescence Microscope can be operated in binocular or trinocular mode depending on need.
BUM450FL Fluorescence Microscope
The BUM450FL upright fluorescence microscope is one of the high-end microscopes which is specially designed for research works.
Firstly, it adopts an Infinite optical system, reasonable structure, and ergonomic design.
Secondly, it has an innovative optical and structure design idea, excellent optical performance, and an easy-to-operate system.
In short, this professional laboratory biological & upright fluorescence microscope make your laboratory works enjoyable.
Video 1. Phase Contrast Kit and Sample Images
BUM-PHK Phase Contrast Kit for Upright Biological Microscopes is composed of 10x, 20x, 40x , 60x and 100x (oil) Phase contrast objective lenses, green filter, Phase alignment tool and turret condenser with different annulus.
In this video we look at the samples images of an Onion Skin thins section slide and Tilia (basswood) thin section slide, using this kit installed on Bioimager BUM800FL upright biological microscope and connected a 2.3MP USB3.0 CMOS Colorful Camera as well as a 0.5x C-Mount Adapter.
BUM450FL Advanced Upright Fluorescence Microscope Sample Images
you can see some sample images taken with this microscope here:
Before using an upright fluorescence microscope, reading this blog article is highly recommended: