Stereoscopic 3D colour images captured in Full HD with this medical grade camera can assist with providing improved depth perception and spatial orientation compared with conventional 2D.
‘Live’ 3D images can be shared with other consultants, teaching staff and students using a monitor such as the Sony LMD-2451MT (MDD approved) LMD-4251TD (non MDD compliant). 3D Full HD images can also be captured for later analysis, sharing and review using the HVO-3000MT medical grade video recorder.
The MCC-3000MT consists of two light, compact camera heads plus a CCU (Camera Control Unit). Compliant with latest medical safety standards, the complete system can be easily integrated into medical environments.
Image quality is assured by precision Exmor™ Full HD CMOS sensors in each camera head. Combined with advanced Sony digital image processing techniques, this allows the MCC-3000MT to capture detail-packed 3D images with high sensitivity and signal-to-noise plus wide dynamic range. 2D operation is also possible, allowing surgeons to capture two independent 2D images under control of one CCU.
Workflow is enriched with a range of useful imaging features and shooting modes, including Image Reverse and Freeze. Image brightness and other functions for both camera heads can be adjusted intuitively from the CCU front panel. Customised picture profiles can be stored and recalled instantly, avoiding time-consuming set-up between procedures.
The system can optionally be controlled via an external PC or other host device. In addition, both camera heads can be sited as up to 20m from the CCU for even greater operational and integration flexibility.
This equipment is intended for use by qualified medical professionals only.
Space-saving two-piece camera offers HD image quality and convenient integration with modern medical modality devices.
This two-piece HD colour video camera consists of a light, compact camera head and separate CCU (Camera Control Unit). The complete system is designed for convenient integration with medical modality equipment such as slit lamps and surgical microscopes.
High quality image reproduction is enabled by latest-generation Exmor™ CMOS sensor technology, offering improved low-light sensitivity compared with traditional equivalent-sized image sensors.
Brightness and colour can be easily adjusted from the CCU front panel, while workflow is further enriched with a range of useful imaging features and shooting modes. Customised picture profiles can be stored and recalled instantly, reducing time-consuming set-up between procedures.
The complete camera system can optionally be controlled from an external host device such as a computer. In addition, the camera head can be sited as far as 20m from the CCU (requires optional cables) for greater operational and integration flexibility.
Full HD video images can be viewed on a connected monitor (not included), or recorded for subsequent sharing and analysis with a suitable video recorder such as the Sony HVO-1000MD.