Kamis, 18 Oktober 2012


  • High fluorescence efficiency plus stereo observation.
  • Seamless observation from 4x to 125x.
  • Zoom factor up to 31 times.
  • Long working distance for observation at optimum magnification.
  • Maximum specimen protection due to short exposure time.
  • Complete system solutions for optimized recordings.
The MVX features a single zoom optical path with a large diameter

The MVX10 Optical concept

The MVX is a mono zoom microscope designed specifically for fluorescence imaging. Featuring a large diameter single zoom optical path, the MVX is optimized to collect light with unprecedented efficiency and resolution at all its magnifications. The MVX gives the user maximum flexibility in observing the specimen without switching objectives. A series of parfocal objectives is also available along with a dual nosepiece. This allows the user to utilize the full zoom range of two objectives by easily rotating one or the other into the light path. Using the 0.63x and 2x objectives and 10x eyepieces on the MVX10 gives an effective zoom range of 4x to 126x, or a 31:1 ratio that takes your field of view from 55mm to 1.74mm.
the tilting trinocular observation tube

The Tilting Trinocular Observation Tube

Allows the eyepiece to be inclined from 0º to 23º for maximum user comfort and offers a two position optical path selector for either 100% to the binocular tubes or 100% to the camera. This is a specially designed observation tube with a unique pupil separation optical path that can deliver a stereo-like image to the eyepieces. The stereo effect can be selected “on” or “off” via a slider mechanism.
MVX Optics

MVX Optics

0.63x MVX Plan Apochromat Lens has a high numerical aperture of 0.15.
1x MVX Plan Apochromat Lens has a high numerical aperture of 0.25.
2x MVX Plan Apochromat Lens - A unique and specially designed high-numerical aperture lens of 0.50 NA that features a correction-collar for correcting aberrations when imaging through plastic vessels or up to 5mm of water. This 2x PF (part of the parfocal series) objective provides superior resolution of over 1500 lines/mm.


  • Transmitted Light There are three transmitted light bases: basic, advanced and darkfield versions. The advanced model has an adjustable mirror that can be tilted and translated across the field of view, giving contrast-enhancing oblique illumination. The darkfield version has an exceptionally large illuminated field that allows for high and low magnification darkfield observation. All transmitted light bases can be illuminated by a 6V/30W bulb or an optional 150W fiber optic illuminator.
  • Fluorescence All optical components in combination with the light path design contribute to the optimal fluorescence performance of the MVX10. The single-zoom optical path with a large diameter is optimized to collect light with unprecedented efficiency. Using the latest technologies and new materials, the MVX10 objectives produce minimal autofluorescence. This together with very high numerical apertures results in an extremely good signal- to- noise (S/N) ratio, ensuring excellent contrast for observation of even the faintest fluorescence signals. The MVX Fluorescence Illuminator has a four position turret for brightfield and fluorescence filter sets. Fluorescence excitation is accomplished via dichromatic mirrors in the optical axes of the microscope. The microscope objective acts as both the illuminating and imaging lens.
    The MVX Fluorescence Illuminator

    A new coating technique gives the Olympus HQ filters an exceptional edge steepness and very low autofluorescence. All the filter cubes are equipped to absorb stray light. Light collection efficiency is also maximizsed with an aspherical fluorescence collector, which bundles the light for minimum intensity loss.
The images below were taken with the MVX10 using a 2x MVXPLAPO objective and a DP70 digital camera. The sample is a mouse cerebellum Purkinje cell injected with Lucifer Yellow.

The Images are taken with MVX10 using a 2X MVXPLAPO Objective and a DP70 digital camera

MVX10 Macroview Specifications

Item Specifications
Zoom microscope body
Zoom drive: Mono-zoom variable magnification system
Zoom ratio values: 1:10 (0.63x-6.3x)
Aperture iris diaphragm: Built-in
Features: Tilting trinocular head that allows switching between standard and stereo observation
Observation heads
Field number (F.N.): 22
Tilting angle: 0°-23° continuously variable system
Light path selection: Two-step binocular 100%/photo 100%
Illumination mode: Coaxial reflected light
Filter selection: Turret 3 filter + BF
Reflected light fluorescence unit
Fluorescence mirror unit: For CFP, GFP, YFP, RFP separation high quality mirror unit. For GFP andGFP separation mirror unit
Light source: 100W Mercury Apo lamp* housing and transformer, 100W Mercury lamp* housing and transformer, or 75W Xenon Apo lamp housing and transformer.
Magnification changer
Magnification: 1x, 2x selection
Objectives (when used with eyepiece WHN10X)
Total magnification 4.0x-40x 6.3x-63x 34.9 - 3.5
Working distance W.D. (mm) 87 65 20
Numerical Aperture (N.A.) 0.15 0.25 0.5
Field of view (mm) 55 - 5.5 34.9 - 3.5 17.6 - 1.7
Stands, Transmitted illuminators Stands, Transmitted illuminators: High-level transmitted light illuminator for MVX10 MVX-ILLB, High-level transmitted light illuminator SZX-ILLB2, Transmitted light illuminator SZX-ILLK, BF/DF transmitted light illuminator SZX-ILLD2, Large stand SZX-STL
Focusing unit: Fine focusing unit MVX-FOF, Motorized focusing unit SZX-FOA2
Stage: Large stage plate, Thermoplate


  • Motorized Focusing Unit - a less expensive alternative for researchers who require motorized focus control.
  • Dual nosepiece - allows mounting of two objectives for easy changeover. Using the two position revolving nosepiece with the 0.63x and 2x objectives expands the usable zoom range up to 31.

    Dual nosepiece
Fluorescence Illuminator

  • MVX-RFA - Illuminator with four position slider for brightfield and fluorescence filter sets. Fluorescence excitation is accomplished via dichromatic mirrors in the optical axes of the microscope. The microscope objective acts as both the illuminating and imaging lens.


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