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• Dual-sided buttons & direct USB connection
• Single button press to capture & save images
• Optional foot pedal available
• IntraOral & Macro modes
• 9 extremely bright white LED’s

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 12 x 14 x 4 in
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Features & Specifications

FEATURES:

  • Portable handpiece
  • Weighs 2.3 ounces
  • No docking station required
  • Seemlessly integrates with most imaging software
  • Convenient cable/cradle kits available
  • Optical Train consisting of 6 elements in 3 groups
  • SONY High-Res CCD 1/4″
  • Resolution: 811 x 508
  • Video for Windows, WDM
  • RadioVision for MAC
  • Dual-sided ambidextrous buttons
  • Optional foot pedal available
  • Capture / Save function
  • Direct high-speed USB connection
  • 3M cable with metal connectors
  • Convenient ON / OFF Switch
  • 9 Bright LED Lights

 

SPECIFICATIONS:

 

  • Portable, self-contained or fixed to unit?: USB attached, Portable
  • Angle of Lense:90 degrees
  • Light Source: Muliple LED’s
  • Type of lighting system: LED
  • Final Image: Correct
  • Focusing Mechanism: Step Adjust (turning knob)
  • Depth of field (mm): Variable
  • PC Interface: USB
  • Is imaging software included?: Yes
  • Networkable: No
  • Footprint (system floor or counter space required): N/A
  • Printer controlled by: Hard Control
  • Freeze frame controlled by: Hand
  • Length of Warranty: Parts and Labor 1 Year

 

SOFTWARE COMPATIBILITY:

 

  • XRayVision
  • XVLight
  • Apixia Digirex
  • Choice/CADI
  • Cleardent
  • Curve Hero
  • Dentrix Image
  • Dexis
  • Eaglesoft
  • Eva ProImage
  • Kodak Dental Imaging
  • Mogo
  • Patient Gallery
  • Romexis
  • Schick CDR Dicom
  • SoftDent Imaging
  • Sopro Imaging
  • Tigerview
  • Visix
  • VixWin
  • XDR
  • MacPractice
  • RadioVision

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2 reviews for QuickCam USB Intraoral Camera

  1. 5 out of 5

    Having been a dedicated Mac user since 1992 beginning with DentalMac and more recently MacPractice, I really did not want to employ two operating systems with “bridges” to Windows programs. Those were some pretty lean years for Mac users with little peripheral digital technology offered for our operating system and the vast majority of 3rd party x-ray, charting, and imaging suppliers completely ignoring the small Mac user market. The wait for me has been rewarded. Obviously, the Mac world is now robust with user friendly high quality computers and mobile devices, all synched and ready for business. The integration of both QuickRay dental sensors and the QuickCam intraoral camera from VideoDental provide a seamless and versatile integration into MacPractice will excellent image controls, resolution, and quick easy retrieval at very competitive pricing. I have found that the company is easy to reach and tech support both responsive and interested in the client. Video Dental products has been a good match for my office system and feel they deserve careful consideration when looking for similar products.

    Dr. Joshua Kleederman

  2. Other intraoral camera systems were offered, none as comprehensive as VDCs, nor as impressive with regard to image quality. These systems ranged from a low of $5,000 to a high of $19,000 more than your complete system.

    From my point of view, there is no other intraoral camera system in any price range that competes with QuickCam.

    Richard E. DeForno, D.M.D, F.A.G.D

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