Microscopy & Microtechniques
Panthera L, the Smart Microscope, by Motic
Dec 06 2017 Read 1677 Times
Motic Scientific Instruments makes a step forward with its newest upright microscope range, the Panthera series.
The world of microscopy is an experienced world of precise scientific instruments with huge applications within all fields. The Panthera microscope series is a smart combination of user-friendly and advanced technology that, combined with a simple operational method of connectivity to the world of scientific instruments, embodies accuracy and precision.
If there’s a word to define the Panthera series, is Smart. Its most extraordinary feature, the new ImagingOnDevice System, offers endless options to work with digitized images, changing the conventional microscope concept by turning it into a complete digital microscopy workstation.
"In today's daily life with the world at our fingertips, it is common to snap a picture, post it and share it with your social circle. Why not combine that? Why not take out the complexity of the scientific instrument by replacing it with simple-to-use connectivity? Why not make things easier?" Sebastian Nunnendorf, Motic Scientific Instruments Product Developer says.
Motic’s Panthera L model, has been rewarded for its innovative product design in combination with smart functionality by the Red Dot Award - Product Design, which stands for one of the most renowned evaluation processes for good design and innovation.
Remarkable incorporations in terms of new contrast methods, and a wide range of intermediate modules and specific optics, make the Panthera series diverse and fit for all environments. A whole new array of possibilities especially created to cover all areas, from the educational field, going through to the most advanced models for clinics, laboratories and up to applications for industrial and material sciences.
The Panthera microscope series has been created to make workflow easier, with the intent of it not being just another work tool, but a fellow worker to trust in.
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