Medicam stands for the sharpest images in video dermoscopy and still amazes the best dermoscopists and trichoscopists worldwide.
Our camera masters bring you the newest generation, Medicam 1000s, housed with an elegant black design. The new design has combined brilliant quality and superior usability in a lighter body all optimized to match the precision of the new D-Scope IV.
The Medicam 1000s with the new D-Scope IV pushed the benchmark again to a new level. Twin light technology allows white light and polarized Dermoscopy with the same lens. The intuitive control panel on the back lets you toggle between the different lighting modalities. Visualize crystalline structures with polarized Dermoscopy or the blue white veil of melanoma with white light Dermoscopy. Optical magnification from 20x up to 140x with auto focus on every level offers you the clearest picture you have ever seen. The included conical tip for lesions between fingers and toes and the open tip for raised lesions or vascular lesions make this camera the prime imaging solution for any type of skin cancer. The detachable lens makes the Medicam even more versatile. Capture brilliant clinical images, global views and close ups with this handheld camera. The integrated ring light and the spacer enable consistent photo documentation of difficult to reach areas.
The Medicam1000s is not only for skin lesions, use it on hair or nails for trichoscopy or capillaroscopy. With a Medicam you also have access to TrichoLab the leading lab for trichoscopy evaluations. You don’t have to be an expert in hair disorders when you have the support from Tricholab since their experts provide a second opinion for you.
The optional D-scope III lens for super high magnification Dermoscopy offers magnification up to 400x to visualize cellular level. This new imaging technique visualizes structures which cannot be seen with a normal dermatoscope.
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Easy to connect
medicam 1000s connects with the elegant docking station to all types of USB ports.
Variable optical magnifications. Live zoom with autofocus. Bright LEDs for brilliant macro and panoramic images.
Immersion & Polarization
TwinLight for easy switching between polarized and non-polarized light. Quick-change tip for contact and non contact dermoscopy.
Intuitive software control through the rear control panel.
Outstanding Image Quality
Extra large chip with Full HD CrystalView technology shows more details. Crystal clear, high-contrast, brilliant!
Spacers for impressive clinical images
The medicam 1000s offers spectacular sharpness in video dermoscopy and surpasses its predecessors and rivals in image quality and performance.
FotoFinder medicam 1000
The new benchmark - Far ahead
Sharpest Full HD quality
with optical live-zoom
German engineered precision lens for variable
Magnification up to 140x
Intuitive software control
through the control panel on the back
for superior durability in everyday use
Special attachments for fluorescence
diagnosis and capillaroscopy
for perfect grip
High Magnification Dermoscopy
Spectacular images of capillaries and lesions and their cell structures, magnified up to 400 times, with the special lens D-Scope III, the perfect complement to Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) and Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy.
Visualize non-melanoma skin cancer with the FotoFinder FDlens.
Actinic keratoses and basal cell carcinomas are often not clearly visible to the naked eye. Fluorescence diagnostics (FD) can be used to visualize the lateral extent of non-melanoma skin tumors. The FotoFinder FDlens enables brilliant fluorescence images with minimal effort after application of a photosensitizer!
The new benchmark for video dermoscopy.
The new Moleanalyzer pro supports you in assessing lesions in many ways.
- Artificial Intelligence for risk assessment support
- Second Opinion Service by renowned experts
- Analysis and measurement of all important parameters
- Lesion evolution visualized with quantification of changes
- Lesion evaluation with 3- or 7-point checklist and ABCD rule