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The Witec microscope can use a supercontinuum generating white light source with a spectrum of 400 nm to 3 um. The collimated broadband output can be coupled directly into a (single mode) fiber or spectrally filtered by passing it through a monochromator and then coupled into a fiber. The setup also allows free-space angle and polarization resolved focused excitation of samples. The polarization of the free-space laser can be precisely set using a half wave plate. Finally, as a result of the pulsed output of the laser it is possible to use the source for lifetime measurements as well.