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This intraoral camera is so good that I had to view the image on my home theatre system !

This intraoral camera is so good that I had to view the image on my home theatre system !

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Intra Oral Cameras

I have been selling intra oral cameras to NZ dentists for the last 10 years.

My previous model (which i am still selling) has been on the budget end of the spectrum.

After visiting the Singapore IDEM in 2016 I have finally come across a higher end model with picure quality good enough for public presentation on the lecture circuit.

The main model for sale is the wireless  Whicam story3CS  but I have a wired version available as a demo model.

Please forgive the name but there is nothing mickey mouse about the quality or functionality of this camera.

I feel that the picture quality exceeds that of similiar cameras with liquid lens technology for a few thousand dollars less.

Please check out the manufactures website for specifications by clicking on

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Whicam Story3 Cs   (wireless)   $ 4,500NZ + gst

Whicam Story3 CS  (wired)    $ 3,600NZ + gst

Windows PC only. Software included

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For more information:

Please contact Christopher Bing,

clikbing@gmail.com

or ring Bing Dental, (04) 2327146

 

If possible please leave me your after hours number as it would give me more time to talk and ascertain your needs.

Using the Whicam Story3 CS

Even though you save money on the wired version the wireless technology has proven itself to be far more convenient and reliable. I have been using the camera for 2 months continuously now. I have installed 32 inch TVs in each surgery and the camera is wirelessly connected to a brand new lap top. The laptop connects to the TV with a HDMI cable.  The wireless signal suffers from no interference and the battery life is excellent.

The resulting image is really sharp with great colour. The image can really motivate the patient to proceed with treatment.

Operatiing Hints:

It is faster to prefocus at the desired distance and keep to that distance rather than to relying on the auto focus when doing images of multiple teeth.

Get the chairside assistant  to capture the image by pushing the "space"  bar on the computer as opposed to the clinician squeezing the shutter button after prefocussing. This reduces camera shake.

Another way is to use the Video button to carefully scan the mouth in one continuos motion with a very steady pause  of the hand on targeted teeth. On playback of the video a press of the "capture" button in the software will generate a still picture for future use!

I hold the camera from behind the patient with my left hand and blow air on the teeth and lens with the triplex in my right hand. This gives a more clearer and contrasty image without any fog.

During playback the camera acts as a wireless mouse where you can point to the problem and even draw lines around an area of interest!  laser pointers don't work on LCD Tvs !

The camera head  rotates and the angle  can be changed as well.  This helps with the access and positioning of the camera button.

Case presentations - All images taken with the intraoral camera.

Case presentations  -

All images taken with the intraoral camera.

1. Buccal View. Emax onlay present.

Fuji Viii resin glass ionomer cervically.

2. External resorption lesion developed  5 years after and very rapidly (within 6 months).

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4.  Black and White mode to copy radiographs.

Also can use the camera like a pen to draw on image.

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Slide Show of other cases taken with the intraoral camera

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