Digital Cameras


SNAP Imaging Systems

The Pro30 utilizes the 14.1-megapixel Canon SX30-IS camera. The true 24- to 840-mm optical zoom, a pop-up flash, and Auto Smart technology make it one of the easiest-to-use low-cost cameras available for professional dental photography. With its SNAP cosmetic simulation software, it instantly produces convincing before-and-after simulation photos, showing patients how great they could look. The picture can then be taken home to show the spouse, family, and friends. For more information, call (866) 987-7627 or visit snapdental.com.

 


CliniPix

Canon T3i (18 mega­pixels) couples a dedicated wireless ring flash and a 90-mm macro lens, yielding some of the highest quality images simply and easily. The lens has specific dental settings for simplicity and reproducibility. The traditional, dedicated TTL ringlight, 90-mm macro lens and Canon T3 camera (12 megapixels) also offers an equally good option. CliniPix123EZ, modified (12 megapixels) point-and-shoot camera requires no photography skills and will take excellent photos, from intraoral to portraits. All systems in­clude dental instructions and are preset for best results. For more information, call (866) 254-6749, visit clinipix.com, or send e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 


PhotoMed

Updating the popular Nikon D7000, the new Nikon D7100 benefits from (1) an increase in resolution (24 megapixels versus 16), (2) a slightly larger, higher resolution LCD screen (3.2 in versus 3), (3) an updated autofocus system, and (4) the ability to work with Nikon’s optional Wi-Fi adapter. The D7100 also features closeup and portrait views. It’s available with either an 85- or 105-mm macro lens and a variety of macro flashes. For more information, call (800) 998-7765 or visit photomed.net.

 


Norman Camera

The Norman Camera 60D Dental kit is one of the highest-quality dental cameras on the market. It is popular for its ease of use with consistent 18-megapixel images and 1080p video. Included with the kit are the following: Canon macro lens, ring flash, camera preset for dental with dental instructions, and lifetime toll-free technical support. Loaner equipment is also available. For more information, visit normancamera.com.

 


Lester A. Dine

The Canon digital camera includes the Dine mini ring/point flash. This unique product combines the 2 ideal flashes for dentistry—the ring flash for intraorals and the point flash for facials. The flash is lightweight and battery-efficient. The camera also includes a 90-mm macro lens. Dine adds a dental standardization guide to the lens, serving as a cheat sheet on the lens. It notes the ideal location to set the lens for the most popular dental subjects. For more information, call (800) 624-9103 or visit dinecorp.com.