Integrated darkroom also supports incubation chamber for time-lapse imaging
Optional small incubator available
This small, desktop incubation chamber mounts directly inside of the BZ-X700 and can control temperature and CO2 concentration for prolonged time-lapse imaging experiments. Even with its small size, the chamber is still able to house multi-well plates.
Areas of interest will not drift outside the field-of-view
The capture position can be adjusted during time-lapse so that the area of interest remains focused within the field-of-view.
The target is about to move
out of the viewing area
Readjust the X, Y, and Z capture position
Image capture resumes using
the updated position
No out-of-focus images
The image with the best focus is automatically selected from those captured with the Z-stack function. Based on this information, the Z-stack range is adjusted automatically so that the target will not go out of range, allowing for fully-focused images to be captured throughout observation.
Individualized image capture settings
Multiple specimens, requiring different viewing conditions (e.g. exposure time, filter set, magnification, etc.), can be captured during the same time-lapse experiment, improving the efficiency of image capture.