Laparoscopic HD Camera HDC 907

In terms of image resolution High Definition video technology has been established in the field of Minimally Invasive Surgery. A switch from the classic 5:4 monitor format to the latest 16:9 or 16:10 widescreen monitors is ongoing. Thus customers find different HD video formats on the market, each with individual benefits and pitfalls for endoscopic imaging. The HDC907 offers them all, therefore all users are free to select their personally preferred format.

Video modes- The HDC907 supports both 1080p and 1080i. Progressive scan (p) is a method transmitting moving images in which all the lines of each frame are drawn in sequence. Benefits of this technology are higher vertical resolution video images. It is the ideal mode for LCD monitors, but unfortunately not supported by current HD capture systems, which are limited to 1080i.

With the interlace (i) technology only every second horizontal line per frame is transmitted. Two serial complementary images in sequence deliver the necessary visual information needed for a complete video image. Pitfalls of this technology are several “interlaced” effects, e.g. motion artifacts, interline twitter & blurring.

The Hardware- The HDC907 is one system that supports the three different HD video formats 5:4 Medical-HD®, 16:9 1080p & 1080i and 16:10 WUXGA.

Camera head

  •  Fully digital 3CCD camera head
  •  Moderate operating temperature*
  •  Exchangeable camera cable
  •  C-mount thread for easy coupler exchange and free choice of couplers
  • 7 megapixels still image

Latest output options

  •  Digital output of image data (DV) for modern capture systems and clinical networks
  •  2x HDMI, 1x DVI
     

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