A dramatic new concept in simple, low cost, and accessible fluorescence microscopy.
Lumascopes allow you to visualize and capture high resolution images
comparable to those from traditional, high-cost microscopes.
- Fluorescence, brightfield, optional phase contrast
- Photos, time-lapse series and videos
- Live cell imaging inside incubators and hoods
- Microplates, slides, flasks, dishes and custom labware
- Power and control via USB from your computer
Check out the NEW Lumascope 620! Blue, green, and red fluorescence with sharper images, brighter LEDs, and easier focus! Learn more>>
Representative Lumascope 600-series 3-Color Fluorescence Image:
Bovine pulmonary artery endothelial cells showing nucleic (DAPI), α-tubulin (BODIPY FL),
and F-actin (Texas Red-X) (Molecular Probes FluoCells® slide #2, Olympus 40x objective)
Video of Cell Cycle Proteins in Fibrosarcoma Cells:
Human HT1080 cells expressing and releasing Cell Cycle Proteins,
visualized using the Etaluma Phase Contrast Accessory while at 37 C in an incubator.
Video provided by Alex Zambon, Keck Graduate Institute, and generated using Lumaquant software
from Stanton Biosciences.
Watch for the new Lumascope 720 to be released in 2015!
3-color fluorescence with auto-stage and auto-focus
High resolution, versatile, and compact
Compact Design Permits Use Inside Incubators and Hoods:
Etaluma developed the Lumascope design from scratch
using recent advances in optical engineering, LEDs, CMOS sensors and software,
eliminatng the cost, power, and space requirements of traditional,
expensive fluorescent microscopes.
What's New at Etaluma
Etaluma will be exhibiting at the High Content
Analysis & Phenotypic Screening Meeting,
January 26-27, 2015, in San Diego, CA.