Air Techniques debuts Polaris intraoral camera

Jan. 12, 2009
Camera combines image quality and ergonomics.

MELVILLE, New York--Air Techniques, Inc. has presented Polaris, a new generation of intraoral cameras that combines image quality and ergonomics.

The camera's patent-pending 330-degree swivel head enables you to capture all angles with ease. The rounded, ergonomic design makes Polaris easy to hold and operate. Polaris' optical glass lens has depth of field. Objects from four to 25 mm are automatically in sharp focus.

The sharpness and true-to-life, soft-tissue color make Polaris a diagnostic tool and an aid to patient presentation.

Two models are available to suit your needs. Polaris USB provides power and data transfer in a single computer connection. Polaris Universal offers multiple connectivity options, including USB 2.0, S-video, and composite video outputs.

For more information, call (800) Air-Tech or visit the Air Techniques Web site at Air Techniques.

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