Capture optical sections using structured illumination
Fluorescence blurring caused by out-of-focus fluorescence obscures true signals in the focal plane of interest and thus interferes with image clarity. Optical sectioning is a revolutionary observation method using structured illumination.
This technique removes fluorescence blurring, delivering confocal-like image quality without the need for lasers. No cumbersome adjustments or special operation skills are required. With optical sectioning, the BZ-X800E goes beyond the capability of conventional wide-field microscopes.
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