SYSTEMS & MODELS

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Three basic lab models are available: Model 701 is a floor system, complete with a movable cart structure that allows one to store the computer and other hardware in the bottom section; Model 702 is a table top unit, to be used on a table in your lab, and model 703 is a smaller unit, also a desk-top model.The larger two units have an area of about 20 by 30 inches on top available for specimen photography. Model 703, a smaller machine, has a top area of 13 by 19. The height of the machines is about 8 inches, with the exception of the Console (Floor Model) which is attached to a movable cart with four wheels for easy moving. Please see above drawings for more details.systems2b

Model 801 is a full body system, designed to be placed permanently in the morgue. This unit is installed at your location by our personnel; it can take a shot of an entire body, looking from above. The system is designed to fit your exact needs in the morgue; please call our office for more details and to discuss your specific needs.

DIGITAL IMAGING SOFTWARE

All Photodyne’s units come complete with a proprietary software package allowing total operation of the camera from the PC. Two software packages are available:

  1. Photodyne Capture: This program controls the camera from the PC via the mouse or the keyboard; it allows the user to view the scene in real time via a LiveView window, and the user snaps the picture with the mouse, the keyboard or a foot controller. The program stores the data directly on the computer in a user defined folder, and the images can be tagged and annotated before and after the shot. All the major attributes of the camera are controllable from the PC.
  2. PAX-it: “Photodyne is proud to offer PAX-it software as an upgrade to our systems”
  3. PAX-it digital imaging software is designed to manage your imaging workflow, making it easy to capture images directly from the Photodyne workstation into a browsable, sortable, and searchable image collection. Images may be automatically sorted by project number or case number, and they are stored in a database of your design so that important information may be tagged to images.
  4. Additional useful tools present in PAX-it allow storing, retrieving, displaying, and working with your images. You may annotate images, create presentations and reports, attach notes to images, attach images to email, place images side by side, and much more!
  5. Additional PAX-it software modules allow further expansion of your lab’s imaging capabilities, including network site licensing, scripting abilities, measurement and image analysis modules, and more. Please refer to our price list for cost details on this software package. For more information on the PAX-it digital imaging software click here.