White LED dermatoscope DL3N

white LED dermatoscope
white LED dermatoscope
white LED dermatoscope
white LED dermatoscope
white LED dermatoscope
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Light source
white LED

Description

The new DermLite DL3N is now even more capable than ever. With refined optics and improved visualization of both pigmented and vascular structures, it is the tool of choice of the world’s leading dermatologists. Precision-engineered and crafted from recyclable aluminum, it features a 25 mm four-element lens, 28 high-powered LEDs and the all-new PigmentBoost™ illumination. For optimum ease of use, a quick tap on its power button instantly toggles between polarization modes while the optional PigmentBoost mode produces a warmer illumination reminiscent of conventional dermatoscopes. The convenient DermLite DL3N retractable faceplate spacer design and focusing mechanism enables you to quickly switch between non-contact and skin contact modalities and lets you precisely focus your image while in skin contact. The spacer comes with a glass faceplate with 10 mm markings and, due to its fully enclosed design, contaminants as well as undesirable ambient lighting no longer affect your image. To reduce reflections and greatly improve the contrast of the image, an optional eyepiece is included. With the new DermLite DL3N, it’s easy to create your very own digital dermoscopy system by attaching one of many compatible cameras or camera-equipped mobile devices. Simply attach your digital camera, smartphone or iPad, extend the spacer, and start taking sharp, glare-free images quickly and easily. This state-of-the-art device will let you know when it’s time to recharge its long-lasting lithium battery: Once the charge level drops below 25%, the “3” on the top of device changes from green to orange.

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