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Witec has launched the Alpha300 Ri inverted Raman microscope. It combines the advantages of data acquisition from below with the established merits of 3D confocal Raman imaging, a powerful and versatile technique that can chemically characterise samples non-destructively and without labelling or other specialised preparation

Luxendo, a Bruker company, has extended its InVi SPIM microscope to include full incubation capabilities, as well as flexible illumination and detection optics. Luxendo’s single-plane illumination microscopy (SPIM) technique reduces sampling times over conventional laser scanning confocal microscopes, while reducing phototoxicity and damaging side effects on living specimens. The new technology also enables the fastest scan speeds for volumetric imaging of small organisms, cell monolayers, and cleared tissue.

At the Light and Building trade fair in March, GL Optic launched of the GL Opticam 1.0 – an optical digital image camera system

A laser-based gas analyser that employs novel optical parametric oscillator (OPO) technology was a finalist in this year’s SPIE Prism Awards

The Flexpoint MV18 line laser module from Laser Components, thanks to its M18 thread, can easily be integrated into standardised systems

Vision Engineering’s recently unveiled EVO Cam II digital microscope offers excellent image quality, intuitive operation and a host of new features over its predecessor

Siskiyou has introduced a new range of diffraction grating mounts, the GMx series, which combine rotational adjustment of square components in all three axes and support both reflective and transmissive optics

Holo/Or’s new single element collimated beam shaper, the Top Hat Cube, is a 25mm cube element that can shape any 3mm input beam into a collimated square or round top hat beam

Edmund Optics’ new Techspec Monolithic Reflective Beam Expanders (Mark I), are ideal for applications that require broadband or achromatic beam expansion

Ushio, a global provider of optical devices, has launched the HL63391DG and HL63392DG, two single transverse mode 639nm laser diodes with optical output power of 200mW

Alphasense has launched a new version of its optical particle counter

Part of the development of advanced endoscopes is scaling down the components that position the micro-optics inside of them

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