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The Leica DM3000 microscope for pathology, cytology, and haematology features a motorized nosepiece, condenser head, automated light intensity adjustment, and optional foot pedal. This intuitive microscope improves cytology and pathology workflows.

The motorized condenser head knows the correct position for each magnification. The Leica DM3000 automatically adjusts light intensity to each objective’s requirements, stores previously used light values for each magnification, and boosts efficiency when changing between two magnifications thanks to its unique toggle mode.

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Unique toggle mode

Automated 6-position objective turret changes objectives in only half a second – objectives can be individually selected using the control buttons or the optional foot pedal. In addition, the unique toggle mode enables fast and comfortable changing between two user-defined objectives.

Various contrast techniques

Various contrast techniques, e.g. high performance fluorescence for brilliant fluorescence images, are enabled to power a broad range of applications.

Automated light adjustment

Position of condenser head, and light intensity are adjusted automatically according to the objective in use for enhanced comfort and ease of use.

Unique height-adjustable focus knobs

As a modular system microscope Leica DM3000 can be configured to fit an individual’s unique physical requirements using a variety of ergonomic equipment, like tilting tubes, and ergonomic modules. Its unique height-adjustable focus knobs are patented and allow the adjustment to the hand size and posture of the user.

Freely programmable control buttons

All control buttons, including the buttons of the optional foot switch are freely programmable according to the preferences of the user. Change of light intensity, objectives, on/off mode for transmitted light in fluorescence mode – the users have the choice how to adapt the microscope to their requirements.


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