The large objective lens of the MM51 combined with Mitaka’s advanced 8:1 zoom system creates a supermicroscope with twice the resolution and magnification of standard surgical microscopes – without focal length extenders.
The reference quality of Mitaka precision mechanics - derived from the space industry - creates the "zero-weight" feeling while working with a Mitaka supermicroscope. Its counter-balanced Overhead YOH stand and proprietary braking system provide extremely smooth and accurate movement.
Synergy between man and machine provides surgeons with a real and natural feeling during surgery. The independent imaging of each eyepiece provides high-level synchronization throughout. This avoids fatigue and dizziness even during long-time usage.
The YOH microscope overhead stand makes use of the unique shock-absorbing system, developed by Mitaka for astronomical telescopes. This system can eliminate vibrations caused by external forces as well as those generated during manoeuvring.
Resolution is the measure of optical quality. It is expressed in line pairs per millimetre (LP/mm). The MM51 allows you to distinguish 118 LP/mm (at 8x magnification and WD300 mm with CL3 lens) – more than twice the resolution of any standard microscope.
The unique design of the Mitaka MM51, adopting 8:1 zoom ratio, provides a brilliant image at high magnification, without loss of light level, depth of focus or contrast - therefore it allows you to observe anatomical details not visible with a standard microscope such as the lumen of vessels smaller than 1 mm diameter. It enables you to accurately perform surgeries that were impossible before.
The reference optics in the Mitaka MM51 Supermicroscope surpass standard microscopes with variable zoom and a potential maximum magnification of 77x.
The Mitaka MM51 is equipped with a unique apochromatic optical unit and an electric stepless 8:1 zoom. The wide-range multi-focus is capable of capturing a vivid image at each working distance.
Surpassing a resolution of 118 LP/mm, the MM51 provides excellent sight and allows the use of instruments with a tip up to 0.05 mm and 12-0 USP sutures.
4K Camera and 4K Monitor
The highest imaging resolution available without compromise in the operating room for the most important procedures.
A high-precision medical-grade 3D imaging system with accurate depth perception and authentic color representation is available as an option for the MM51.
4 different binocular positions
Eyepieces can be adjusted in multiple positions. Adaption for every user can easily be achieved.
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