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Image Digitization Systems, Photospot

Definition : Image digitization systems designed to convert analog images (e.g., from a television camera) to digital information, permitting immediate viewing of digital radiographic and fluoroscopic images. The stored images can be manipulated through subtraction, black-and-white reversal, and edge enhancement, and hard-copy films can be printed from digital storage. These systems are frequently used to upgrade existing radiographic/fluoroscopic systems, replacing film photo-spot cameras.

Entry Terms : "Digital Imaging Systems, Photospot" , "Photospot Image Digitization Systems" , "Digital Photospot Systems"

UMDC code : 18442

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Medelex Inc

Company Type: Parent

MEDELEX, Inc. provides OEM & replacement image intensifier systems, as well as Digital Systems for medical and industrial equipment that meet, or in most cases exceed, manufacturer specifications.

Princeton Instruments Inc

Company Type: Parent

Princeton Instruments designs and manufactures high performance CCD, ICCD, and EMCCD cameras; spectrographs; and optics-based solutions for the scientific research, industrial imaging, and OEM communities.

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