LM photo microscopes: the flexible photography solution for large sensor cameras!
We have taken our product range a step further! After the successful introduction of our LM macroscopes we wanted to take magnification to the next level and therefore developed our LM photo microscope: a microscope featuring a modern infinity-corrected optical system, optimised for photomicrography. The LM photo microscope is a ready-to-use optical system, which means that only a camera body is required to take stunning micro and macro shots.
The LM photo microscope offers a no-frills, minimalist design. Due to its central optical path it is ideally suited for both photomicrography and -macrography, delivering superior image quality no matter what the application. The optical systems used in the professional sector mostly have a fixed magnification and a central optical path. This makes it possible to obtain images with a greater precision of focus and better quality than with stereo microscopes featuring a Greenough or Galileo optical design. Since the working distance is much shorter (about 10 mm with the LM microscope 80x) than with conventional stereo microscopes, a significantly higher numerical aperture can be achieved. As a result, the image resolution is markedly increased.
The LM photo microscope is optimally suited for digital cameras with high-quality, large sensors (four-thirds, APS-C or full frame). It offers a fixed magnification (no zoom) which depends on the lens and tube models selected (from 18x to about 560x).
The focus of the LM photo microscope is on the images which impress with their high contrast and excellent quality. To achieve optimum depth of field, we recommend using a motorised focusing rail (e.g. StackShot from Cognysis Inc.) which is screwed to the macro stand. This enables the user to combine a series of images into a single image with an extended depth using special software (e.g. Helicon Focus). It is also possible to manually take a series of images with different focal planes and then merge them into one image.
In our LM photo microscopes we only use plan objectives with infinity correction. The tube lenses are plan achromatic and hard-coated to offer excellent quality and durability. The numerical aperture is high for both macro and micro specimens, and due to the short working distance the resolution is much higher than with conventional stereo microscopes.
If you already have an infinity-corrected objective lens with a W0.8 inch thread size (the standard size), those can be used with LM photo microscopes without difficulty. You need to make sure, however, that the lenses are fully corrected, i.e. no aberrations or distortions are present (such as plan achromats, plan flourites, plan apochromats, etc.) because the LM photo microscope has a neutral optical system that does not perform any image corrections.
As all our products, the LM photo microscope is manufactured by hand in Austria using the most up-to-date technologies.
The LM photo microscope has a modular design, which means that all components can be ordered separately.
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|Set LM Photo Microscope 100x consists of: LM DSLR Photo Microscope Module 100x with Plan Lens10x, LM Macrostand 6, LED spot, camera is not included|
US $ 5690
|Set LM Photo Microscope 80x consists of: LM DSLR Photo Microscope Module 80x, LM Macrostand 6, LED spot, camera is not included|
US $ 4890
|LM Photo microscope lens module 100x for full-frame sensor consists of module 1, 2 and plan lens 10x lens, tube lenses are planachromatic, hard coated infinite optics|
US $ 2890
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