Economically priced and with high image quality and performance, the new MCC-500MD camera is the proposal that Sony adds to its range of technology for use in the operating room, in this case particularly suitable for the environment of ophthalmology.
MCC-500MD camera, certified to use medical and economically affordable, offers quality Full HD single-chip, with 1/2 type Exmor CMOS image sensor, 9, is the latest addition of Sony to its range of imaging technologies for use in the operating room, in particular to the field of ophthalmology.
For John Herman, head of marketing for surgery at Sony Europe, "Full HD quality and capabilities of this new camera-image playback are perfect to capture video in high resolution in ophthalmology procedures. Performance of color makes competition three-chip cameras more expensive at a really affordable price".
MCC-500MD model is the successor to the standard definition this manufacturer DXC-C33P camera. The image type Full HD Exmor sensor 1/2.9 "of this camera allows doctors freeze an image of great quality and sharpness. In addition, offers the flexibility to output enough to adapt to a wide range of medical environments, with HDMI, HD-SDI (1. 080p), s-video and composite video connection.
Works with AC power, so it is not required an additional external adapter, what makes easier its installation and more suitable for medical environments clean. MCC-500MD can also synchronize in a dual camera system for use in the capture of video in 3D at a very interesting price compared with other cameras 3D solutions currently available on the market.
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