2023-08-21 Sunnic made total solution of zoom camera debut in 2023 Medicall Expo -Chennai -India

SUNNIC India is committed to providing world-class camera solution by using Sony FCB Zoom camera in medical equipment such as OT light / C-Arms machine etc.. Sunnic strives for the best quality product with latest technology and features which other companies fails to provide at cost effective solution.

Sunnic’s video solution fulfills OT light's /C-Arms camera  needs with high-quality video images enable to document surgical /X-Ray procedures. It is equipped with a Sony camera having a 30x optical zoom lens and builds upon the market-leading specifications such as Flicker Compensation, Advanced Noise Reduction, Auto ICR, Spherical Privacy Zone Masking, and Wide Dynamic Range. These features are well suited for OT light/X-Ray Camera solutions. We also offer a camera controller board, which is flexible and designed to work with all Sony FCB cameras. Every function such as Zoom, Focus, and WB can be controlled and real-time high definition video can be monitored in a display and can be recorded.

• How to choose a camera for medical devices?
Learn about the key factors to be considered while choosing a camera for your medical device. From optics to resolution and spectral performance, we cover everything you need to know about a medical camera selection.

• Factors to consider while choosing a camera for a medical device
Choosing a camera for a medical device is often complex. A single camera does not always meet all the imaging requirements of an application. Product developers many a time need to go for the ‘best possible camera’ than the ‘perfect camera’. However, doing this requires you to understand the key imaging requirements of your end application and mapping them to camera features. So let us look at some of the key camera-related features you need to look at to ensure you are able to meet the most critical imaging requirements of your medical device.

• Resolution :
The higher the resolution, the more the details that can be captured by the medical device. For instance a 4K medical camera can capture better details compared to a 2MP embedded camera.

• Spectral performance
Most of the medical devices have to capture images only in the visible spectrum. However, certain applications such as vein finding, ICG fluorescence imaging for surgery, remote patient monitoring systems (during the night), etc. need to operate in the NIR (Near InfraRed) region. This is when an NIR camera is helpful. NIR cameras come with high QE (Quantum Efficiency) in the NIR spectrum – implying higher sensitivity in the region. This would mean that they are suitable for medical devices that have to capture images in the night, or operate under IR illumination.
Also, if you use an RGB-IR camera – that comes with both visible and IR pixels on the sensor – you could enable night vision capabilities without using an IR filter.

 • Sensitivity
Sensitivity in simple terms refers to the ability of a camera to respond to light. In an environment with restricted light, a low light camera module is required. If the scene contains both very bright and very dark areas, an HDR camera is recommended. Similarly, if there are strong reflections in the target scene, a camera with low blooming and smear is essential.

• Shutter type
Cameras come in two shutter variants – a rolling shutter and a global shutter. The shutter type to be chosen depends on the nature of the object to be captured. If you need to capture fast moving objects and the output has rolling shutter artifacts in it, a global shutter camera module has to be used. However, in most of the cases, a high frame rate camera with low exposure time would be sufficient. It is a good idea to take the help of a camera expert to help you with making the choice between a rolling shutter and global shutter camera.

• Optics
Choosing the right optics for your camera requires you to ask yourself the following questions:
      • What is the distance of the target from the camera?
      • What are the dimensions of the object you need to capture?
      • Does the distance of the object vary or stay fixed?
      • What is the field of view you wish to cover?

Once you have answers to the above question, you should be able to arrive at the focal length and other parameters of the lens you need to pick. For any help in choosing the right lens for your medical device, please write to us at [email protected]

Sunnic India provides a one-stop-shopping service for the local Zoom camera manufacturer. Sunnic India is one of the Leading Sony FCB camera Distributorships for India and support all kind of Zoom camera solution.

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