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Leica DMi8 for Documentation Life Science Research

Leica DMi8 Documentation System

Experience a shift of perspective with the Leica DMi8 for documentation.

  • Manual or semi-motorized Leica DMi8
  • Leica Application Suite LAS X (software)
  • Mobile Connection (Software module for remote control of experiments)
  • Transmitted Light LED
  • Internal or external fluorescence axis
  • Leica EL6000 (light source)
  • Lumencor SOLA light engine® (fluorescence LED light source)
  • Leica DFC310 FX (CCD camera)
  • Andor Zyla (sCMOS camera)
C. elegans. Courtesy of IGBMC, Strasbourg, France.

Outstanding Image Quality

Boost your publications with brilliant images. Rely on the highest quality contrasting methods for your sample, especially with outstanding DIC visualization.

Open Configurability,
Ready for Upgrades

Set up your Leica DMi8 from scratch to suit your needs and budget. With an openly configurable microscope, you can find the best solution for your work, without having to pay for features you do not need at present.

Rest assured that your investment is future-proof. With the fully modular design, you can upgrade your Leica DMi8 whenever and with whatever you want. So if your needs change, your microscope can change too.

Easy Handling

Concentrate on your experiment and save time with Intelligent Automation. Simply choose a contrast method on the touch panel and the microscope handles the rest, changing the necessary components for you.  For universal access, our imaging software exports acquired images directly into the TIF file format.

Exact Personalization

Personalize the function keys to your preference and use the Easy Operation Mode of LAS X to hide unused features. Get your results faster and enjoy working with the microscope more.

Extended Field of View

The Leica DMi8 has an enlarged field of view on all camera ports (19 mm). In combination with state-of-the-art sCMOS cameras, get larger images with higher resolution than ever before. The large field of view in a single image is most important for manual microscopes without automatic stitching possibilities.

Comparison of 19 mm FOV with standard 16 mm camera ports (dashed line).
Mouse embryos. Courtesy of IGBMC, Strasbourg, France.