Publication-quality imaging in seconds

EVOS cell imaging stations were designed to eliminate the complexities of microscopy without compromising performance. These units combine all aspects of an inverted microscope workstation into a single, compact device that turns on with one switch and can be mastered in minutes. Whether you’re capturing images for publication, teaching, or research, these systems are designed to be easier, smarter, and faster.

No matter your application or budget, there’s an EVOS cell imaging system that brings simplicity right to your bench.

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Which cell imaging system is right for you?

 
 M7000M5000FLoidXL Core
 Cat. No. AMF7000Cat. No. AMF5000Cat. No. 4471136Cat. No. AMEX1000
 Fluorescence solutionsBright-field solutions
Hardware attributes
Simple installationYesYesYesYes
Installation and trainingService teamUserUserUser
Motorized encoded X/Y scanning stageYesNo  
Manual mechanical stage YesYes (glide stage)No
Mechanical or fixed stage option   Yes
Objective turret positions5514
Objective range1.25–100x1.25–100x20x1.25–100x
Fluorescence channels443N/A
Fluorescence LED light cubesYesYesLED lightsN/A
Monochrome or color camera option (built-in, not optional)BothMono with LED-based RGB illumination schemeMonoColor
Epifluorescence imagesYesYesYesNo
Transmitted light imagesYesYesYesYes
Color imagesYesYesNoYes
Benchtop systemYesYesYesYes
Suitable for use in tissue culture hoodNoYesYesYes
Darkroom neededNoNoNoNo
Associated printer  Yes 
Onstage incubator for time-lapse imagingOptionalOptional  
Time-lapse imagingMultichannelMultichannel  
AutofocusYesYes  
Z-stack capabilityYesYes  
Automated multiwell plate screeningYes   
Thermo Fisher Cloud connection Yes  
USB portsYesYesYesYes
DVI ports Yes  
ComputerStand-alone PCEmbeddedEmbeddedEmbedded
Software attributes
Celleste analysis softwareOptionalOff-system optionalOff-system optionalOff-system optional
Embedded analysis Yes  
Intuitive onboard softwareYesYesYesYes
Networking capabilityYesYesYes 
Integrated reagent selection guide  Yes