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MacPractice launches USB dental camera

updated 09:30 am EDT, Fri June 13, 2008

USB dental camera for Mac

MacPractice Inc this week announced the fruit of a recent collaboration with National Dental Inc, manufacturers of specialist cameras to the dental sector, introducing the first USB 'intraoral' camera for Apple-based dental practitioners. The DocPort Macro Intraoral camera comes complete with Mac OS X specific Macpractice DR photo software, and the option for a 'foot pedal' for ease of use.

The device combines high image quality, a unique 'no focus' design that includes a patent-pending 'one touch Macro close up' feature allowing zooming of specific areas of the mouth, an automatic on/off function and ergonomic design.

"National Dental is pleased to be working closely with MacPractice on the release of the newest member of our DocPortMacro line of Cameras, and we believe that our new camera is the perfect fit for Mac lovers that have become accustom to having quality and ease of use....DocPortMacro and the Mac are a perfect fit," commented Neil Magneson, President of National Dental Inc.

Quicktime demonstration movies of Macpractice DR and Macpractice DDS are available at Macpractice.com (Free registration needed), more information and pricing on the Docport Macro camera can be found at Nationaldental.com.




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