Systems with multiple cameras for 3D face and body imaging are surprisingly compact as well. “The VECTRA XT sits very close to the wall, allowing the patient to stand only 3 feet from the wall, and since no backdrops are needed, the space requirements are minimal,” says Larkey.
Whether you are working with a face or body system, traditional or polarized photography, and 2D or 3D image capability, the key to maximizing the benefits of your imaging technologies is taking advantage of all manufacturer-supplied training. Through on-site training, phone training, user groups and webinars you and your staff can gain valuable insight that will improve not only the quality and consistency of your photographs but the satisfaction of your patients as well.
Inga Hansen is the executive editor of MedEsthetics.
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