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• Smart – Fast autofocusing capabilities – Anti-shake mode built in – User friendly
• 8 shooting modes – Easier, faster and more reproducible images
• Water and chemical resistant – Essential for infection control in the office
• Large LCD touchscreen – Built in grid lines for easy line-up and cropping
• Exceptional depth of field range
• High performance 49mm close-up lens
• HIPAA compliant – protects patient privacy and security*
*Brinker, S. (2015, January). HIPAA compliance and digital photography with personal mobile devices. Dental Products Report, 76-80.
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