Which Model of Spinning Disk microscope is better in the field/market now?

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Which Model of Spinning Disk microscope is better in the field/market now?

#1 Post by arun » Tue Sep 03, 2019 4:34 am

Dear All,
We are planning to get a new spinning disk microscope for our BioImaging facility. Can anyone suggest us Which Model of Spinning Disk microscope is better in the field/market now?
1. Yokogawa Spinning Disk Field Scanning Confocal System CSU-W1 or CSU-X1?
2. What is your Openion abour SoRa - Super Resolution unit
3. what about Andor's Dragonfly super resolution unit?

Please give your opinions and suggestions, that will help us to take a decision.
Thank You in advance..
Arunkarthick (arun@nccs.res.in)

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Re: Which Model of Spinning Disk microscope is better in the field/market now?

#2 Post by Hobbyst46 » Tue Sep 03, 2019 1:27 pm

These microscopes are in general not within the leage of hobby microscopy, they are dedicated beyond the diffraction limit ("super") resolution research instruments and their cost is 2-3 orders of magnitudes higher.
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