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Select the Leica driver, or revert to the Microsoft driver, or, in Windows 7 systems, the Microsoft Legacy driver. Once installed, the application can be started by opening Start(All)ProgramsLeica Digital CamerasSelect Leica FireWire driver. Other issues It is advised to use the Leica Camera Power kit (12730188) with Leica DFC500 cameras. Leica DFC290HD DFC295 Brochure JP PDF, 852 KB Leica DFC295 DFC290 Brochure DE. Leica OHCI Firewire driver 1.39.0's full uninstall command line is C: Program Files (x86) Leica Microsystems Cameras OHCI uninstall.exe. OHCISwitcher.exe is the programs's main file and it takes approximately 2.35 MB (2461240 bytes) on disk. Leica Microsystems Leica Microsystems is a world leader in providing innovative microscopy, camera and software solutions for imaging and analysis of macro-, micro- and nanostructures. Leica OHCI Firewire driver 1.39.0 is an application released by the software company Leica Microsystems. Frequently, computer users want to remove this application. Sometimes this can be troublesome because performing this by hand requires some skill related to removing Windows programs manually.

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Leica Microsystems
TypeSubsidiary GmbH
IndustryOptical microscopesLaser Scanning microscopesSurgical microscopesOCTElectron Microscopy Sample Prep solutions[buzzword]
FoundedGermany (1997)
HeadquartersWetzlar, Germany
Markus Lusser (President), Melanie Hammerschmid-Browman (CFO), Andreas Hecker (CTO)
Productsmicroscopes, macroscopes, histology- systems and other optical equipment, optical coherence tomography, surgical microscopes
Revenue~$1 billion[1] (2008)

Leica Microsystems GmbH is a manufacturer of optical microscopes, equipment for the preparation of microscopic specimens and related products. There are ten plants in eight countries with distribution partners in over 100 countries. Leica Microsystems emerged in 1997 out of a 1990 merger between Wild-Leitz, headquartered in Heerbrugg Switzerland and Cambridge Instruments of Cambridge England. The merger of those two umbrella companies created an alliance of the following 8 individual manufacturers of scientific instruments. American Optical Scientific Products, Carl Reichert Optische Werke AG, R.Jung, Bausch and Lomb Optical Scientific Products Division, Cambridge Instruments, E.Leitz Wetzlar, Kern & Co. and Wild Heerbrugg AG, bringing much needed modernization and a broader degree of expertise to the newly created entity called Leica Holding B.V. group. In 1997 the name was changed to Leica Microsystems and is a wholly owned entity of Danaher Corporation since July 2005. Danaher is a US venture capital company.


The company employed over 4,000 workers and had a $1 billion turnover in 2008. It is headquartered in Wetzlar, Germany, and represented in over 100 other countries.

The company manufactures products for applications requiring microscopic imaging, measurement and analysis. It also offers system solutions[buzzword] in the areas of Life Science including biotechnology and medicine, as well as the science of raw materials and industrial quality assurance.

Product categories include Virtual microscopes, Light microscopes, products for Confocal Microscopy, Surgical Microscopes, Stereo Microscopes & Macroscopes, Digital microscopes, Microscope Software, Microscope Cameras, Electron microscopeSample Preparation Equipment

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In the field of high resolution optical microscopy they produce commercial versions of the STED microscope offering sub-diffraction resolution. In 2007 they launched the TCS STED[2] which operates at a resolution <100 nm. In 2009 they launched the TCS STED CW[3] using a CW laser light source where a resolution <80 nm can be achieved.

On 29 September 2011 Leica Microsystems and TrueVision 3D Surgical announced their intention to jointly produce products that will improve microsurgery outcomes in ophthalmology and neurosurgery under the Leica brand.[4]

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  1. ^Leica
  2. ^TCS STED
  3. ^'TCS STED CW'. Archived from the original on 2011-06-09. Retrieved 2010-05-12.
  4. ^'Leica Microsystems and TrueVision 3D Surgical Reach Worldwide Agreement'. September 29, 2011.
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