Qioptiq mag.x system 125 now Optimized for 35 mm Camera Format Sensors

Feldkirchen, Germany --- Qioptiq introduces the 1.73x Tube Lens as a widely desired addition to the mag.x system 125. Representing a new class of optical systems that enable microscope-like resolution with wide fields-of-view to support modern high-resolution sensors, the 1.73x Tube Lens makes the mag.x system 125 a perfect match for sensors with the 35 mm camera format.

The fully-modular mag.x system 125 industrial microscope system was specially developed for use with large sensors – up to 57 mm diagonal – to enable submicron resolution over large object fields. It is ideally suited for submicron imaging in inspection and measurement applications, including micro-inspection, dimensional measurement, high-resolution inspection, semiconductor inspection, display inspection and fluorescence microscopy. The unmatched optical performance of mag.x system 125 is achieved with high numerical aperture lenses that feature an exceptionally large exit pupil.

Numerous applications benefit from the versatility and performance of this field-proven, off-the-shelf micro imaging system. The mag.x system 125’s combination of high-resolution optics and large-format sensors expedite many inspection tasks and enable applications, which may have previously been altogether unachievable.

The 1.73x Tube Lens, as well as the entire mag.x system 125, will be on display at Vision (Hall 1 Stand H66) in Stuttgart, Germany, November 8 - 10, 2016.
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