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Two-Photon Microscopes


Femto3D-ATLAS

Femto3D ATLAS

Femto-atlas goes beyond the traditional galvo and resonant scanner based imaging function and combines them with a unique fast 3D imaging feature providing an all-in-one solution.
Technology From: Femtonics

Femto3D-ATLAS

The FEMTO3D ATLAS combines high-tech science and engineering in 3D measurements. It implements and goes beyond the traditional galvo and resonant scanner-based imaging functions and combines them with a unique fast 3D imaging feature, providing an All-in-one solution. The FEMTO3D Atlas enables its users to scan neuronal, dendritic, or other biological processes in 3D, up to a million times faster than classical scanning methods, at a preserved two-photon resolution.

The FEMTO3D ATLAS implements traditional galvo and resonant scanner-based two-photon microscope imaging functions and combines them with a unique fast 3D imaging feature of the acousto-optic scanner-based microscope, providing an all-in-one solution for scientists.

The FEMTO3D ATLAS is an acousto-optic scanner-based two-photon microscope extension which can be added to existing upright microscopes to open their imaging capability to fast 3D functional imaging. It works also as a stand-alone system.

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FemtoSmart

FemtoSmart

Femto-smart is suitable for performing in vivo studies in a wide range of model organisms, from zebrafish larvae, through mice navigating in virtual reality to non-human primates.
Technology From: Femtonics

FemtoSmart

The FEMTOSMART family with its three members (Galvo, Resonant and Dual) comprises of traditional two-photon imaging systems that are able to perform galvo and resonant scanner-based functional imaging. The microscope’s modular nature allows for the selection and combination of optical components with a range of optional modules to tailor the final product to the experimental needs of our customers coming from a wide range of biological fields

This feature makes them suitable for performing in vivo studies in a wide range of model organisms, from zebrafish larvae, through mice navigating in virtual reality to non-human primates.

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