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Navitar MicroMate 3:1 Zoom Ratio

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Navitar MicroMateThe MicroMate was designed specifically to work with today’s high resolution 4/3” sensor cameras. It images onto a 22.5mm diagonal with no vignetting when combined with Navitar objectives. The modular design allows for seamless integration of traditional microscope options, such as fluorescence, DIC, brightfield and darkfield imaging.

The MicroMate allows you to capture and process four times as much critical data at the camera sensor. When compared to a traditional optical system set to the same field of view, the result is fewer pixels per captured detail. This corresponds to less information that can be extracted from the image.

Navitar Plan Apochromat Microscope Objectives (1X, 2X, 4X, 20X magnifications) fill a 24mm diagonal image space. These infinity corrected microscope objectives have virtually no vignetting across the field when used with the MicroMate system.

   •  Designed for 4/3” sensor (22.5 diameter image)
   •  Large field of view
   •  Virtually no vignetting
   •  Four times as much data while retaining pixel resolution
   •  NA remains fixed over the entire zoom range
   •  Fixed pupil position
   •  Modular design

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