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Comfortable lightweight Higher Magnification!

Higher magnification requires the use of a Kepler (prism) telescope system that is heavier than Galilean. ExamVision has designed a lighter Kepler system that provides great higher magnifications with less weight. The balance of the loupe also makes it appear less heavy and makes them more comfortable.

ExamVision presents a solution for higher magnification that is both lightweight and comfortable, with bright, clear images that provide an outstanding level of detail.

ExamVision measures angular magnification at a working distance of 35cm. The images below are for reference only as your actual magnification and depth-of-field will vary with your prescription and working distance. Always consider the whole package: image clarity, brightness, magnification, comfort, width and depth of field.
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loupe magnification 1:1
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loupe magnification 3.5
field Field-of-view at 40cm: 8cm
depth Depth-of-field: 5-10cm
hi-vision Super Hi-Vision: Available
prisma Prima Lens System™: Not Available
  • High magnification with great width of field
  • Can be used for high magnification general surgery and dentistry
 
loupe magnification 4.2
field Field-of-view at 40cm: 7cm
depth Depth-of-field: 4-8cm
hi-vision Super Hi-Vision: Available
prisma Prima Lens System™: Not Available
  • Higher magnification for detailed work
  • Ideal for advanced procedures
 
loupe magnification 5.7
field Field-of-view at 40cm: 6cm
depth Depth-of-field: 3-6cm
hi-vision Super Hi-Vision: Available
prisma Prima Lens System™: Not Available
  • Near microscope magnification
  • For microsurgery, endodontics and ultra-precision work
 

The pictures and figures shown are a representation of what to expect. Actual magnification and performance will vary depending on optical prescription, working distance and the users ability to accommodate.

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