Nikon's CFI 60 objectives offer the longest working distances and highest numerical apertures
N-STORM is based on the world renowned Nikon Eclipse Ti research inverted microscope incorporating CFI60 objectives featuring high numerical apertures
developed using unique optical design, coatings and manufacturing techniques.
It excels at correcting chromatic aberration and curvature of the field of view, plus it offers longer working distances and higher numerical apertures
With an emission wavelength of 193 nm and a repetition rate of 6,000 Hz, the GT61A is designed for next-generation lithography tools with numerical apertures
ASPH aspheric lenses are diffraction limited, anti-reflection coated and available with numerical apertures
ranging from 0.
Nikon's CFI objectives excel at correcting both chromatic aberration and curvature of the field of view, plus feature longer working distances and higher numerical apertures
25pm E95) enabling exposure of most critical features, allowing flexibility in optimizing catadioptric lens designs as well as support for ultra-high numerical apertures
The system uses Nikon's most acclaimed CF160 infinity objectives both oil immersion and dry types, which deliver excellent resolution with high numerical apertures
and long working distances.
The effect of laser bandwidth on critical dimensions (CD) becomes more significant with higher numerical apertures
(NA) and shrinking process windows.
The C1 System incorporates the CFI60 Optical System, designed to achieve higher numerical apertures
, longer working distances, and correct for axial and lateral chromatic aberration in the objective and tube lens.
25pm E95) enables exposure of most critical features, allowing flexibility in optimizing catadioptric lens designs as well as support for ultra-high numerical apertures
(NA greater than 1.
Nikon's TE2000E2 also incorporates Nikon's CFI60 optical system, offering research professionals the brightest, highest contrast, aberration-free microscope imaging at both the highest and lowest magnifications, with notably longer working distances and higher numerical apertures