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Kowa 5MEGA non-mydriatic
Fundus Camera and interface

Kowa's Popular Non-Mydriatic Fundus Camera Goes 5 Megapixel

by Amanda Doreson , Project Manager
Kowa proudly unveils the next generation to its popular nonmyd α Fundus Camera. The nonmyd α-D 5MEGA Fundus Camera is specifically designed for today's fast-paced medical environment. This compact, all-in-one unit is sure to improve productivity in any ophthalmic screening environment, for it takes advantage of not only high-resolution digital imaging, but adds a user-friendly interface and the capacity to excel in the networked healthcare practice that has become all but ubiquitous today.

For speed, accuracy, and ease of use, nothing rivals Kowa's new nonmyd α-D 5MEGA non-mydriatic Fundus Camera. All controls are positioned within easy reach, allowing rapid screening without the need to search for switches. A built-in 5.0 mega pixel digital camera provides the imaging power for the nonmyd α-D 5MEGA non-mydriatic Fundus Camera, while a convenient Firewire attachment allows for high speed communication with the capture PC for plug-and-play ease.

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The Kowa nonmyd α-D 5MEGA non-mydriatic Fundus Camera is ideally suited even for use with notebook computers and Kowa's VK2 Digital Imaging System. Even in high-volume practices, the unit makes it easy to shoot, store, recall and compare data with a speed that must be seen to be appreciated.

There are two picture angles available when using the nonmyd α-D 5MEGA non-mydriatic Fundus Camera both 45 and 20 degrees, a large 5.6 inch LCD monitor provides the user with detailed images while reducing the fatigue associated with using smaller monitors widely used on competitive products.

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