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The clever way to reproduce results

Image coding is the smart way to reproduce settings for easy documentation and consistent reporting. The microscope encoding transmits both the magnification and the position of the iris diaphragm in real time to the software.

A scale bar is superimposed on the image and adjusted with changing magnification. When you store an image, key system parameters are saved with it.

Easily recall them at any time

  • Reliable results even from inexperienced operators
  • Change settings without manually adjusting the calibration
  • Easily acquire calibrated images for comparable results and consistent documentation
Leica Application Suite X software
Leica Application Suite X software

Precision in results relies on precision in optics

Reproducing results is important, especially if the images show the details that are essential. Rich in detail and contrast, undistorted colors combined with true 3D-impression yield superlative image quality. Take advantage of the ultimate optical capability:

  • Rely on award-winning objectives with great optical performance for high quality images
  • Obtain high resolution with maximum depth of field.  The revolutionary FusionOptics technology featured in the Leica M205 reveals the finest details
  • Further enhance your resolution up to 1050 lp/mm with the 2.0x PlanApo objective
Application image taken with the Leica M205 C
Application image taken with the Leica M205 C
Product and operator M125 C und Led5000

Tailored solution – for those who demand more

Specific tasks need individual solutions: configure your microscope system to suit your application, not the other way around.  With a Leica M-series stereo microscope you can choose from a comprehensive range of accessories to adapt your microscope to your application,  whether it is in materials testing or life science research.

  • Increase productivity of your users by creating ergonomic microscope solutions
  • Ergo accessories help to work accurately and efficiently
  • Choose from the powerful range of Leica illumination to discover the details you have been missing
  • Acquire images with Leica digital cameras to share your results

The workhorse Leica M125 C

Don’t accept compromises: With a coded zoom and apochromatic optics, the Leica M125 C offers high-end quality for mid-range budgets. Combining optimal resolution and depth of field with the integrated double iris diaphragm.

  • 12.5:1 zoom
  • 8x to 100x magnification
  • up to 864 lp/mm resolution (with 2.0x objective)

Typical applications

  • Medical device manufacturing
  • Semiconductor inspection
  • Materials science
Leica M125 C With Monitor and Flexacam i5
Leica M125 C With Monitor and Flexacam i5

The high-tech machine Leica M205 C with FusionOptics

Imagine not having to choose between high resolution or better depth of field, but to have both! The revolutionary FusionOptics technology makes it possible and provides you an ideal 3D image to see even the smallest details.

The Leica M205 C is the world’s first stereo microscope to achieve an optical resolution of 0.952 µm.

  • 20.5:1 zoom
  • 7.8 x to 160 x magnification
  • up to 1050 lp/mm resolution (with 2.0x objective)
Leica M205 C stereo microscope
Leica M205 C stereo microscope

Use your brain: Exclusive FusionOptics for the best of both worlds

What is FusionOptics? Quite simply, it is having the best of both worlds. 

A stereo microscope with FusionOptics has one light beam path that delivers an image with the highest possible resolution, while the other provides an image with maximum depth of field.  The human brain merges the best information from both images into one clear, crisp 3D-image. Now you can visualize even the finest details of your specimen.

FusionOptics makes it possible to have both superb resolution and maximum depth of field providing picture-perfect 3D-representations of your specimens.

Learn more about FusionOptics on Leica Science Lab.

Only for models of the M205 range. 

Without FusionOptics With FusionOptics

Move the slider to see how FusionOptics combines larger depth of field with higher resolution to deliver an image of this PCB which is sharper and reveals more details than that of a conventional stereo microscope.

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