Leica Microsystems, manufactures Leica Microscopes including compound, stereo and digital models.
They are a leader in the global design and production of state of the art, high-tech, precision optical systems for the analysis of microstructures.
In 1849, the mathematician Carl Kellner founded a company in Wetzlar, Germany, which produced microscopes. A precision mechanic, Ernst Leitz, became a partner in the company by 1865.
The Leica brand was born in 1925, and today, Leica is a market leader in each of the following:
Measurement analysis and microscopic imaging are essential for numerous applications and their microscopes deliver a product that is competitively priced and of high quality.
The advantages include innovation, customization for specific viewing needs and availability:
As the end-user of their microscopes, you need a company like Leica who has a good reputation for after sale support and very well trained service personnel.
Any issues in the past about shoddy parts support should be resolved with the integration of many products into one parts system. Customers with newer models benefit here, less so for those with older models.
The Zeiss company is very well known for their service and parts supply also but Leica is a strong competitor in this regard.
Leica’s DM line offers versatility for a wide range of analysis and techniques and at a great price. You receive quality and consistency along with high performance for cell and tissue analysis.
Customer ratings also mention a couple of negatives:
The most popular microscope styles from Leica include the following:
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All microscopes by Leica are often compared to Zeiss, Nikon and Olympus brands due to the comparative quality of images acquired and excellence in design and construction.
The use of Leica microscopes in research and study makes every user “a potential Nobel Prize winner”, so states the company literature.
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