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Using Tube Lenses with Infinity Corrected Objectives

Want to use an infinity corrected objective to make an image? You will need a tube lens to do it! Find out why and how it works at Edmund Optics.

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What is an infinity-corrected objective?

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Assembling Compact Machine Vision Microscopy Systems with 120i Plan APO Infinity Corrected Objectives

Reduce the size and weight of your high magnification machine vision system with infinity corrected TECHSPEC® 120i Plan APO Infinity Corrected Objectives.

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Can I use an infinity-corrected objective in my microscope to get a longer working distance?

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The Future of Microscope Objectives

Advances in Microscopy Tackle the Challenges of the Future

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Understanding Microscopes and Objectives

Learn about the different components used to build a microscope, key concepts, and specifications at Edmund Optics.

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Understanding Infinity Corrected Objective Resolving Power and Magnification

Microscopes are used in a variety of fields and applications. To understand how resolving power, magnification, and other aspects work, read more at Edmund Optics.

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What is the difference between Achromatic, Semi-Plan and Plan objectives?

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Introduction to Reflective Objectives

Reflective objectives use mirrors to focus light or form an image. Learn more about the different types and benefits of reflective objectives at Edmund Optics.

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The Fundamentals of Imaging with Microscope Objectives

LAB SERIES: Join us for a discussion in the imaging lab about the fundamentals of microscope objectives and introductory concepts needed for understanding how to use them in machine vision systems.

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Infinite Conjugate Tube Length

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The Benefits of Color-Corrected Optical Lenses

Color-corrected optical lenses are ideal for many applications because they reduce multiple aberrations. Learn more about the advantages at Edmund Optics.

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What is an "in-line" microscope?

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You have a variety of Mitutoyo Tube Lenses (MT-4, MT-1, and MT-2). How can you connect them to a Mitutoyo objective and C-mount camera?

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What is an "in-line" video system?

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I’m looking for the best way to maximize the amount of light from an LED into a fiber optic. What are the best options for coupling my LED and fiber?

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Digital Video Microscope Objective Setups

Digital video microscopes use a camera to capture and record images. Read more about the components needed to assemble a video microscope at Edmund Optics.

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Demanding Applications Call for Reflective Objectives

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Optical Cage System Application: Digital Video Microscope

Are you looking to simplify the assembly of a digital video microscope? Find out how a TECHSPEC Optical Cage System allows for quick build at Edmund Optics.

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Understanding Spatial Filters

Do you have a question about spatial filters? Learn more about how spatial filters are used with lasers and improve a beam at Edmund Optics.

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Confocal Microscopy

Confocal microscopy provides high resolution, elimination of out-of-focus glare due to spatial filtering, and reduction of light-induced damage to the sample.

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Multiphoton Microscopy

Multiphoton microscopy is ideal for capturing high-resolution 3D images with reduced photobleaching and phototoxicity compared to confocal microscopy.

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Integration of Optical Systems

Are you looking to use integration in your next system? Find out more about integrating in both imaging and non-imaging applications at Edmund Optics.

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Advantages of using engineered chalcogenide glass for color corrected, passively athermalized LWIR imaging systems

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Light Sheet Microscopy

Light sheet fluorescence microscopy uses a 2D laser sheet to illuminate a thin slice of the sample and excite fluorescence, reducing phototoxicity and damage.

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Fluorescence Microscopy: In-Line Illumination with Imaging Filters

Want to know about fluorescence microscopy? Read this article by a Biomedical Product Line Engineer at Edmund Optics to learn more.

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Understanding Optical Lens Geometries

Optical lens geometries control light in different ways. Learn about Snell's Law of Refraction, lens terminology and geometries at Edmund Optics.

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What is the difference between the effective focal length and the back focal length?

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Aspherized Achromatic Lens Review

Aspherized Achromatic Lenses, exclusive to Edmund Optics, are doublet lenses consisting of two cemented optical elements that are matched for their color-correction ability and small RMS spot size.

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Optotune Focus-Tunable Lenses Review

Optotune Focus-Tunable lenses feature a liquid polymer substrate with continuous focusability.

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