Endoscopic Imaging Solutions

Bring extra clarity to endoscopic and minimally invasive procedures

With our imaging solutions for endoscopy

Adding clarity to endoscopic imaging workflows

From image capture to display and documentation – see how Sony is transforming endoscopic imaging workflow efficiency for clinical teams.

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Discover how Sony is transforming surgical endoscopy imaging workflows
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Giving surgical teams greater visibility

Surgeons are reliant on as much visual information as possible to support critical decision making during complex minimally invasive surgical procedures. From display to documentation, our 4K and HDR imaging workflows give surgeons, consultants and medical students a more accurate view of high-resolution video captured with today’s endoscopic modalities.

Giving surgeons a more informative view

DR (High Dynamic Range) technology reveals more detail in dark body cavities and bright areas, giving a more evenly exposed view of minimally invasive procedures. Our 32 inch LMD-X3200MD surgical monitor features HDR and advanced A.I.M.E.™ (Advanced Image Multiple Enhancer) technology, which improves outline recognition and allows clearer discrimination of subtle differences in tissue colour.

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Greater resolution, from image capture to documentation

We’re bringing 4K resolution to every phase of endoscopic imaging workflows. Complementing 4K camera systems, our surgical monitors, 4K video recorders and IP based imaging platform NUCLeUS enhance the quality and reliability of documentation.

Upscale Full HD endoscopic images to 4K Ultra HD quality

Our 4K surgical monitors can upscale Full HD to 4K, letting clinical teams view video and still images with greater detail. Sony´s unique upscaling technology reduces blurring, ‘jaggies’ and other artefacts that are common with traditional upscaling technologies.

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