EyeSpecial C-III by SHOFU
SHOFU’s new EyeSpecial C-III is very pleasant to use in daily practice, thanks to its easy handling and excellent image quality. And it can be used for lots of purposes, e.g. taking mock-up images of planned anterior restorations, which patients can take home on USB sticks right away; after all, anticipation is the greatest pleasure. By visualising the functional and aesthetic quality of a planned treatment result in the decision phase, the EyeSpecial C-III can greatly enhance dentist-patient communication.
The EyeSpecial C-III creates excellent high-resolution images for all indications and applications of dental photography. This compact camera for one-handed use with intuitive LCD touchscreen control features a 12-megapixel CMOS sensor for fast imaging at high frame rates, outperforming even its predecessor, the EyeSpecial C-II.
SHOFU’s next-generation camera, which weighs only 590 grams and can be easily disinfected with wipes, sets new standards for photography in dental practices by combining exceptional user-friendliness with outstanding versatility.
Delegating routine photography to dental assistants? No problem. Eight shooting modes with preset parameters for exposure time, aperture and flash allow users to easily take the desired image. Intraoperatively documenting treatment steps as an image sequence: That is exactly what the “Surgery” mode is designed for. Taking perfect pictures of distal tooth aspects: With the integrated mirror, the “Mirror” mode correctly photographs distal areas and automatically reverses the image taken. Further improving the reliability of shade communication with the dental laboratory: “Isolate Shade” combines a true-colour image with a copy displaying soft tissues in grey. In addition, “Low Glare” makes incisal transparencies of reference teeth much easier to read for technicians. And the EyeSpecial C-III features even more special modes for intra- and extraoral images.
Besides, the shooting modes may be modified by additional, easy-to-configure settings to meet individual preferences. This smart concept, into which even radiographs can be integrated, helps to make day-to-day data exchange with the lab clear and easy.