Digital Doc IRIS HD Camera and LUM Bundle
IRIS HD USB 3.0 Intraoral Camera
Experience the Clarity in High Definition
With dual capture buttons and one-touch focus, control is always within reach. The IRIS HD offers extreme clarity with its precision optical lens array and Sony’s advanced HD sensor that combine for the finest, best in its class, picture quality.
Advanced Features Focus with a touch of a button. The newly designed electronic focus will advance automatically to the next focus mode and all five positions are shown onscreen. Equipped with an internal motion sensor, the IRIS HD will Auto-On when lifted and Auto-Off after ten minutes of inactivity. The elegantly streamlined profile features a small, specially designed soft-tip with brilliant 8-point LED lighting for true-color images. Always close to hand, a specially designed USB 3.0 connector seamlessly fits in a standard delivery unit
For over 16 years, Digital Doc has been leading the industry with innovative design and state of the art technology in intraoral cameras. Since 2007, the company has sold more units than any other camera company in North America, and it is the only camera designed and manufactured in the United States. Digital Doc’s award winning customer service is the cornerstone to a successful relationship with their users. Digital Doc is also proud to offer a 2-year parts and labor warranty on all camera models.
When quality and performance matter, see why Digital Doc is the #1 choice in intraoral cameras. Call 1-800-518-1102 or visit us at www.digi-doc.com.
Enhanced caries detection power with advanced digital technology.
The LUM Sub-Enamel Illumination from Digital Doc, extends the detection capabilities of America’s leading camera IRIS with well-proven sub-enamel illumination diagnostic methods. This compact, easy-to-use tool provides instant documentation as well as detection of all findings. The LUM’s specialized LED technology applies a high-intensity light source to the tooth with unique positioning so that the light is traveling perpendicular to the plane of the tooth. In a tooth without impurities the light will travel uninterrupted from the buccal surface to the lingual, which can be observed on the occlusal table of the tooth by its uniform illumination. When a tooth has impurities such as fractures or leaking amalgam, the light is dispersed showing up clearly in near X-ray like images.
For over 16 years, Digital Doc’s innovation has led the industry and provides the most powerful discovery tool in the operatory, the IRIS Intraoral Camera.