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Video Camera - buy HD 1/3'' Chip CCD & Anti Moire Video Camera


SKU: 103-111-2001

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Ultra High Sensitive HD & Anti Moire Video Camera. Offering the newest CCD (1/3'' Chip CCD) technology and most advanced image processor - less need for outer light source and more vivid colors. Great User interface with advanced features. Best for endoscopic micro surgeries and procedures.

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Ultra-High sensitive HD Video Endoscopy camera with Digital Anti Moire function. Equipped with the newest CCD (1/3'' Chip CCD) HD technology, offering double the sensitivity compared to other cameras, hence reducing the need for outer light source. Arrives with 10bit digital image processor - for Superior Color Rendition* (CRI) and High Dynamic Range Imaging * (HDRI). Easy to operate user interface with most advance features. Ideal for micro endoscopic surgery and diagnostic endoscopic procedures.

Tech Specifications:

- 1/3" chip high sensitivity image

- Six types of endoscopy settings

- Freeze function

- 2.5 x digital zoom

- Mirror and flip function

- Rotation function

- Digital anti-Moiré function for using with a flexible endoscope

- Illuminated control buttons on the front panel

- Programmable control buttons on the camera head

- Patient information is transffered via an external keyboard

-Waterproof Camera Head with C-mount thread for adapter lenses.

-A full-metal housing offers the best performance and quality.


*Color Rendition (Rendering) Index (CRI) - a quantitative measure of the ability of a video prodcut (Lightsource, Camera) to reveal the colors of various objects faithfully in comparison with an ideal or natural light source. Light sources with a high CRI are desirable in color-critical applications such as medical care. 



*High-dynamic-range imaging (HDRI) - a high dynamic range (HDR) technique used in imaging and photography to reproduce a greater dynamic range of luminosity , higher than the standard digital imaging. The aim is to present a similar range of luminance to that experienced through the human visual system


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