The Leica DMI6000 B inverted microscope for biomedical research offers Differential Interference Contrast (DIC) for relief imaging of specimens with varying indices of refraction.

The intuitive, automated Leica DMI6000 B is ideal for fluorescence, live cell, time-lapse imaging, high-speed multi-fluorescence optical sectioning, and micromanipulation.

The system features an automated contrast and illumination manager, motorized Z focus, parfocality function, automatic brightness and diaphragm adjustment, and many other automated functions that provide convenience and reproducible results.


Combination Contrast

Combination contrast allows the combination of one transmitted light contrast technique with fluorescence (PH/FLUO or DIC/FLUO). Both axes can be controlled independently.

Tilting Ergo Tube

All Leica DMI Series can be equipped with tilting Ergo tubes or tilting Trinocular tubes (100% or 50%) with or without Bertrand lenses. All tubes allow precise setting of manipulator tips.

Wide Range of Wollaston Prisms

Leica Microsystems offers a wide range of Wollaston prisms, excellent DIC quality for different types of specimens, and different shearing for contrast and resolution optimization for either thick or thin samples.

Contrast Manager & Light Manager

Contrast Manager and Light Manager work together to automatically adjust the light intensity, field diaphragm, and aperture diaphragm for the best image quality without additional continuous adjustments.