Karl Storz Tricam Endoscopic 3-Chip Camera NTSC – Autoclavable
Introducing the Karl Storz Tricam Endoscopic 3-Chip Camera NTSC for sale.
Karl Storz 3-Chip Camera
KARL STORZ Endovision TRICAM® SL with integrated Image Processing Module 3 CCD-Chips for separate capture and processing of 3 primary colors for unprecedented color reproduction and highest degree of fidelity. Integrated Parfocal Zoom lens. Manual or automatic exposure control (patented) (1/60 s – 1/10000 s). Extraordinarily high horizontal image resolution of more than 750 lines, therefore even the finest variations in tissue structures are now perceivable on a high-resolution monitor. Automatic white balance with memory function. character generator. Composite, S-VHS and RGB compatibility. World power supply. 2 programmable function keys on the camera head for control of camera functions, video printer/recorder functions and other peripheral units. AND Digital Image Processing by means of an integrated image processing module. Multiple settings allow the user to select the preferred level of image enhancement. Digital contrast enhancement. Digital anti-moiré/anti-grid filter for use with fiberscopes.
KARL STORZ is one of the pioneers in the field of endoscopic imaging. Milestones such as the first FULL HD endoscope camera worldwide was succeeded by the KARL STORZ FULL HD 3D system for endoscopy. Enhanced sensor technology with higher resolution and innovations in display technology as well as high-performance image processing electronics leads to continuous further developments.
In addition to high-end cameras for rigid and flexible endoscopy, the product range from KARL STORZ also offers mobile all-in-one solutions for human and veterinary medicine with its integrated LED light source, LED backlight monitor and documentation unit.
The product spectrum for the aspect of illumination ranges from the high-intensity XENON to the modern LED light source through to the mobile battery light source.
The FULL HD system from KARL STORZ is modular in design and can, therefore, be optimally adapted to suit various requirements. This modular design principle makes it easier to expand the system and guarantees a high degree of future-proofing. Various S-Technologies enable surgeons to modify the endoscopic image through homogeneous illumination or by increasing the dynamic contrast. In addition, color hue shifting makes it easier to differentiate between tissue types.