Contrast photography used in forensics, by default, has been tedious and difficult at best. SDFI makes that work quick, fast and easy. Anyone can now take UV Contrast Photographs that are court ready.
New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) March 11, 2015
SDFI®-TeleMedicine, LLC will release a Contrast Photography Camera System in April of 2015.
The new Contrast Camera System will be premiered and demonstrated at the 2015 End Violence Against Women Conference in New Orleans, LA. Law enforcement officers, prosecutors, forensic nurses and other attendees will be able to try out this new technology at specific times during exhibit hours at the SDFI-TeleMedicine trade show booth.
What is it?
The SDFI (Secure Digital Forensic Imaging) "Contrast Camera System" is a forensic imaging system designed to capture forensic images and video with ultra violet light without a tripod/camera combination. The auto focusing* system delivers clear, detailed contrast pictures and contrast video in the field.
Contrast photography, by default, has been tedious and difficult at best. SDFI makes that work quick, fast and easy. Anyone can now take UV Contrast Photographs that are court ready.
The new Contrast Camera System is designed to be used in all types of investigations such as sexual assault, domestic violence, homicide, child abuse, human trafficking and death investigations.
The Contrast SDFI Camera System offers…
- both high resolution contrast photos and high resolution contrast videos which are easily captured using the Contrast SDFI Camera System.
- ease of use similar to a traditional point and shoot camera.
- a hand held design. The system makes it much quicker and easier for an investigator to collect forensic photographic evidence either in the field or in the lab.
- UV auto focus*, which makes it easy to take high contrast images and high contrast video clearly with little or no image blur.
- compatibility with most UV contrast lighting system** and is non-proprietary.
- Manual focus must be used when there is little or no contrast.
** UV contrast lighting tools are supplied with the system.
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