Improved Intraoral Video Camera from Kodak Enhances Integration and Ease of Use
ROCHESTER, N.Y., July 8 -- As part of its strategy to provide integrated imaging and practice management systems, Kodak has enhanced its KODAK 1000 Intraoral Video Camera System with USB 2.0 connectivity. USB 2.0 connectivity makes installation and handling of the camera system simpler and easier, and provides dental professionals with an even more efficient way to acquire images and enhance patient care.
The KODAK 1000 System with USB 2.0 functionality offers a more simplified camera installation. All a dental professional has to do is install the software and plug the system into a USB 2.0 port of a computer workstation. No additional hardware is required. The camera also features improved image quality, with crisper images for enhanced clinical capabilities and patient communication.
“Our improved intraoral video camera delivers a streamlined, digital option our customers can use to quickly and easily acquire video images and access them from their desktops,” said Paul Tucker, dental market manager, Kodak’s dental systems group. “We’re pleased to add this new camera system to our growing portfolio of integrated digital imaging systems.”
The KODAK 1000 System also features:
* KODAK imaging technology, including automatic adjustment to various lighting conditions, delivering the quality results dental professionals expect from KODAK digital imaging products;
* Single foot pedal control, for fast, simple operation;
* Dual settings allow users to capture both intraoral and extraoral images;
* Surgical steel handpiece with embedded light source and easy-to-operate focus button is lightweight yet sturdy.
The improved camera system comes complete with KODAK Dental Imaging Software version 6.0.5 for convenient image acquisition and management.
Images captured with the KODAK 1000 System can be displayed on a computer workstation or television monitor. Multiple docks can be purchased so the cameras may be shared in practices that wish to acquire intraoral video images in multiple operatories, increasing efficiencies and decreasing overhead costs.
Tucker also noted that the systems’ enhanced single-foot-pedal design conforms to Kodak’s time-tested customer promise, “you push the button, we do the rest.” The pedal permits users to quickly and easily freeze and unfreeze images, switch from intraoral to extraoral modes and switch from direct to mirror modes.
Like all of their digital imaging solutions, the camera is fully backed by Kodak’s quality service and support.
For more information on the KODAK 1000 Intraoral Video Camera System with improved USB 2.0 connectivity, call 1-800-944-6365, visit Kodak’s dental systems group website at http://www.kodak.com/dental or contact your regional KODAK products representative.
About Kodak’s Dental Systems Group
Kodak’s dental systems group is a leading participant in infoimaging, a $385 billion industry created by the convergence of image-and-information technology. The business, which includes wholly-owned subsidiaries PracticeWorks, Inc. and Kodak-Trophy, develops, manufactures and markets dental imaging and practice management systems for dental practitioners, including practice management software, intraoral and extraoral dental imaging films, processing chemistry and x-ray equipment; direct-digital dental x-ray technology; digital cameras and accessories for dental applications; photographic-quality paper for printing digital images; COOK-WAITE brand local anesthetics; and a variety of related products and services. Infoimaging unites three closely related imaging markets that enable people to more easily take and share images as information: devices, such as digital cameras and x-ray systems; infrastructure, such as practice management software; and services and media, such as photographic-quality inkjet paper and electronic insurance claims submission.
For more information about Kodak’s digital radiography products and practice management solutions, call 1-800-944-6365, visit Kodak’s dental systems group website at http://www.kodak.com/dental or contact your regional KODAK products representative.
Note: Kodak and Cook-Waite are trademarks.
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