Axiolab 5 from Carl Zeiss Microscopy is the ideal choice if users’ routine materialography applications place huge demands on efficient digital documentation and ergonomic operation.
From an economic point of view, Axiolab 5 is the users’ primary choice as the Smart Microscopy does not need extra imaging software or even a computer.
Digital Documentation Made Easy
As soon as users find a region of interest, they can just press the Snap button on the stand to obtain the image. It is as simple as that. Users can control the microscope and its fixed camera without even altering their grip while concentrating on the sample.
Relaxed Lab Work
Axiolab 5 provides users with a simple handling, ergonomic user concept that has been adapted to their laboratory routine. It is possible for users to access all the key controls with a single hand. This includes the Snap button, focus adjustment, stage drive and brightness control.
More Economic and Reliable
Users can save laboratory space and charges as Axiolab 5 does not need an extra computer and software. The Smart Microscopy means that the Axiolab 5 can be operated by both expert and non-expert users. This always assures a short time to reliable data.
The Smart Microscopy Concept
A Workflow that will Boost Users’ Productivity
Image Credit: Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH
Used in combination with the microscope camera ZEISS Axiocam 208 color, users have the benefit of a smart stand-alone microscope solution. Digital documentation is considered as part of the system design.
Users can just press the ergonomic Snap button and they are done. Camera settings, such as exposure time, white balance and image improvement functions are all done automatically. Without the need for extra imaging software or even a computer, users can:
- Directly snap images and record videos
- Settings can be saved
- Use mouse (and, at times, a keyboard) to control users’ camera through on-screen display
- Predefine the name or rename users’ image
- Users can store images with all microscope and camera metadata along with scaling information
Image acquisition and documentation at the press of a button – without the need to release other controls like the focus drive. Image Credit: Carl Zeiss Microscopy GmbH