dSTORM, PALM, single-particle tracking, SIM, Confocal, TIRF, HILO, smFRET – the Nanoimager means multiple microscopy techniques at your command.
You won't need one with the Nanoimager. Its in-built dampening counters vibrations. You can also forget about alignment. It's already been taken care of, for ever.
With integrated analysis tools, you start seeing results before the experiment has even finished.
The Nanoimager is designed to keep its lasers in, and ambient light out so you won’t need a dark room. Coupled with its compact size, you can locate it wherever it’s most productive.
At 80µm x 50µm, the field of view is one of the largest available in super-resolution. Combine it with a piezo stage working in 2nm steps, and you can automatically stitch overview scans for a total view of the sample.
With four laser colors, four different fluorophores can be analysed in each sample. And two can be captured simultaneously to give a deeper understanding of how different molecules interact.
We are scientists ourselves. So we have thought about the features that make life easier.
The Nanoimager comes in two formats. Here, we outline the key differences between the the S and X models.
Number of Imaging ColorsUp to 4 lasers
Simultaneous channels2 channels
Single Molecule Localization Microscopy3D imaging
Camera1.6 electrons rms read noise
Light Engine Dimensions215mm x 420mm x 450mm
SIM and ConfocalAs standard
Number of Imaging ColorsUp to 3 lasers
Simultaneous channelsUp to 2 channels
Single Molecule Localization Microscopy3D imaging optional
Camera2.3 electrons rms read noise
Light Engine Dimensions215mm x 420mm x 250mm
SIM and ConfocalOptional
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