New Innovation in Endoscopic 4K Imaging
The introduction of 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) in medical endoscopy has provided many advantages to the surgeons to see more details and to observe fine patterns and structures in higher precision. Much more
subtle differences in reds and yellows than conventional Full HD.
Yet the obstacle here is the very high cost that is restraining many hospitals and surgical centers from upgrading to the Ultra High Definition (UHD) Camera system.
We have developed state-of-the-art, made in USA, endoscopic UHD Camera at a more affordable price and not compromising the advantage of this new technology.
On the contrary we are offering more advantages over our competitors.
•Brighter Image: Higher image intensity. Stable LED light
•Affordability: No special 4K scope required. No special light cable required
•True 4K Resolution: No binning
•Hassle-Free Handling: USB 3.0 connection
•Operating Temperature: 0 – 55°C Storage Temperature: -20 to 60°C
FHD vs 4K (UHD)
FHD stands for Full High Definition [1080 x 1920 pixels]
1080p pixels are arranged from top to bottom and 1920p pixels arranged from left
to right on the screen
Each pixel row is displayed progressively on the screen “p” as in “1080p”
Total available pixels for FHD resolution is 2,073,600 or 2MP [mega-pixel]
4K [UHD] vs FHD
UHD [4K] stands for Ultra High Definition [3,840 x 2,160 pixels]
3,840 pixels arranged from left to right and 2,160 pixels arranged from top to
bottom on the screen
Each pixel row is displayed progressively on the screen “p” as in “2160p”
Total available pixels for UHD resolution is 8,294,400 or 8MP [mega-pixel]