According to Logos Biosystems, its latest Celena S Digital Imaging System will enable even non-technical personnel to capture high-quality digital images suitable for a variety of life sciences use.
The multi-purpose Celena S Digital Imaging System incorporates an onstage incubator and is designed to simplify high-resolution fluorescence, brightfield, and phase contrast imaging, according to the South Korean maker of laboratory automation and imaging products.
The Celena S is a fully integrated digital imaging system that incorporates an inverted microscope, a high sensitivity CMOS camera, LED light sources, fluorescence filters, a computer, and image capture and analysis software into one device.
The system comes with interchangeable objectives and LED filter cubes.
The Celena S can accommodate a wide range of fluorescence and brightfield applications.
The intuitive software makes sophisticated imaging simple, such as time-lapse imaging, Z-stack imaging, and image-based automated cell counting.
An onstage incubation system provides the option to precisely control the environmental temperature, humidity, and gas content to cells for sensitive live cell imaging.