- Carl Zeiss Microscopy
Features information about ZEISS confocal, widefield, and stereo microscopes, software, cameras, industrial products, accessories.
- Leica Microsystems
Products for microscopy and histology, including confocal, stereo, digital pathology, software, cameras, and staining accessories.
- Nikon Instruments: Microscopes and Imaging Systems
Products featured: Microscopes, measuring systems, semiconductor instruments, digital pathology, cameras, software, optics, and accessories.
- Olympus Corporation of the American Inc
Information about cameras, medical and surgical products, industrial products, and life science and imaging systems (microscopes)
Scientific Digital Camera Manufacturers
- Andor Technology
Products include low light imaging cameras (EMCCDs), scientific CMOS cameras, microscope systems, and time-resolved cameras.
- Apogee Imaging Systems
High performance CCD camera for astronomy, microscopy, and spectroscopy. The website also features CCD University, containing information about how digital cameras work.
- Hamamatsu Photonics
One of the world’s largest manufacturers of detectors, Hamamtsu products include sCMOS, EMCCD, and cooled scientific CCD camera systems. The company also offers complete microscope systems, accessories, and software.
- Chroma Technology Corporation
One of the pioneers in filter technology, Chroma offers a wide range of high performance filters for microscopy, light sources, and fluorescent samples.
- Omega Optical
Featuring “Curvomatic”, an online filter spectra database, the Omega website contains information on filters for microscopy, astronomy, and industrial application.
This company introduces ion-beam sputtering technology that revolutionized the filter industry for light microscopy. Semrock filters feature sharp edges and high transmission.
Fluorescent Dyes And Proteins
Spectral Viewers For Fluorescent Dyes And Filters
Flash/based spectral tool from Omega Optical.
- Fluorescence SpectraViewer
A tool to examine multiple fluorophore spectra from Life Technologies.
- Spectral Traces for Fluorescent Dyes
Prepared by the department of Molecular Cell Biology, University of Arizona.
- Two-Photon Cross-Section Of Fluorescent Dyes
An atlas of two/photon cross sections prepared bz the Developmental Resource for Biophysical Imaging Optoelectronics.
Software For Acquisition, Processing, And Analysis