Lester A. Dine Inc, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla—inventor of the ring flash—now offers the new Nikon D40 as part of a dental camera kit featuring Dine’s TTL Ring and Point Flash. The 6 MP D40 weighs roughly 1 pound and can be used with Dine’s 105-mm macro lens or Nikon’s 60-mm macro lens.
The Dine Flash is designed specifically for Digital SLR cameras and provides through the lens (TTL) flash metering. The flash features a ring flash for intraoral photography and a point flash for facial pictures.
The complete Dine Digital SLR system with the 105 mm lens is designed to accomplish the full range of intraoral photography, from roughly two teeth to anterior, lateral, occlusal, and facial photography. For orthodontic users not requiring an extreme close-up, the Nikon 60-mm lens is smaller and lighter than the 105-mm lens. It allows for a range of shots from roughly 4 teeth to facial photography.
The complete Dine Digital Camera kit includes an intraoral mirror and cheek retractors, a 512 MB memory card, a memory card reader, and a hard carrying case; as well as Dine’s Pixelease Imaging Software, a program designed for image management, cosmetic imaging, and printing. Complete system prices start at $1695.
For more information, please visit www.dinecorp.com.