The camera has evolved dramatically from the time when the first Daguerreotype cameras appeared. Image capturing media has gone from plates to film and now to the digital CMOS camera that can capture far more information at blazing fast speeds. Once integrated with a frame grabber and a connection to the Internet, this new camera has revolutionized the medical world by allowing doctors to share what they are seeing across the globe.
How does being able to share images around the world with a CMOS camera from Fast Vision make such a difference in the medical world? The quality of the live digital video feed makes it possible for a physician in one part of the world to see what is happening with a patient in any part of the world. This can make it much easier to make a correct diagnosis or to coach a surgeon through a procedure in much the same way as if they were standing in the same room.