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VCM 12, Complete 1-Chip Camera System, International

ProductsVCM 12, Complete 1-Chip Camera System, International
Company SOLOS Endoscopy, Inc.
Item VCM 12, Complete 1-Chip Camera System, International
  • 1-Chip Camera System
  • High resolution.
  • Easy-to-use features
  • Auto iris
  • White balance
  • Auto gain
  • Small scope
  • Durable lightweight camera head design
  • International
  • Camera Control Unit
  • Camera Head
  • 1/2" format CCD
  • Description The high-resolution 1-Chip Camera System provides easy-to-use features, auto iris, white balance, auto gain, and small scope. The camera head construction is based on Solos durable lightweight design.

    VCM 12, Complete 1-Chip Camera System, International (GS9900-PAL) includes:
  • (GS 9903) Camera Control Unit (CCU) with power cord and video cables
  • (GS 9905) Camera head with 3 meter cable (10 ft.)(1/2" format CCD)

  • SOLOS Endoscopy shares your commitment to provide every patient with the highest quality care available through our ongoing research and development of advanced surgical instruments and diagnostic solutions.

    At SOLOS, excellence is not an option.
    Info SOLOS Endoscopy, Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 388-6445
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