MCC-1000MD

MCC-1000MD

MCC-1000MD

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Ideal for microsurgical applications:

Built on Sony’s expertise and knowledge, accumulated over decades as a world leading supplier of high quality broadcast and professional products, the MCC-1000MD features the latest generation image sensor technology offering enhanced low-light sensitivity compared to traditional cameras on the market.

Designed for medical microsurgical applications including ophthalmology and neurology procedures, the compact and lightweight design allows the C-mount head to be easily mounted on most existing surgical microscopes. Captured HD images can be displayed on our surgical monitors for everyone to see in the OR and recorded with our medical recorders. Surgical footage can be shared with clinicians/colleagues, at conferences and symposiums, and for surgical training and education.

Capture minute surgical details:

Designed to deliver a high level of detail for microsurgery applications, the MCC-1000MD camera head combines three Exmor™ R CMOS sensors. This sensor combined with our leading image processing technology, means the MCC-1000MD provides sensitivity of F20, a signal-to-noise ratio of 63 dB, and a horizontal resolution of 1000 TV lines or more.

The MCC-1000MD can capture Full HD images with 1,080 effective scanning lines even in progressive format, allowing you to see details and movement in videos with greater clarity than in interlaced format.

Simultaneous video outputs from two MCC-1000MD units can be synchronised, allowing capture of HD 3D stereoscopic video images. These 3D images can be displayed on Sony’s 4K 3D surgical monitors such as the LMD-X310MT and LMD-X550MT, and can be recorded by our HVO-3300MT 3D medical recorder.

High Sensitivity designed for near darkness

A high sensitivity of F20 means the MCC-1000MD can capture remarkably clear video and still images even in near darkness – specifically for procedures involving areas of the anatomy that are difficult to illuminate during a particularly intricate microsurgery. This level of sensitivity allows the camera to capture more natural colours and suppress noise caused by higher gain. Ideal for ophthalmic posterior surgical procedures that involve the retina and optic nerve areas. The camera can also capture and reproduce very brightly-lit areas at standard exposure level.

High Dynamic Range (HDR) mode

The MCC-1000MD can operate in HDR (High Dynamic Range) mode. When used in conjunction with an HDR display, the images can be viewed with a wider range of contrast to capture surgical images with even greater contrast and realism.

Objects with surfaces that are difficult to reproduce – are visually improved, such as wetness, dark shadows, or glossiness.

Image control with multiple adjustments functions

 The MCC-1000MD is designed for modern clinical environments. The Picture Profile function offers a wide range of pre-set image controls. The OR staff can simply select one of the six picture profiles which match various shooting conditions in Ophthalmic surgery.

The MCC-1000MD also features other image-adjusting features such as Auto Exposure, Knee, Digital Zoom, Picture Profile, Picture Flip, and GenLock. The Picture Flip function can turn the camera picture horizontally, vertically, or both horizontally and vertically according to the microscope.

Various outputs for flexible connectivity

The MCC-1000MD has enough output flexibility to connect with medical modalities with HDMI, HD-SDI (3G-SDI), S-Video, and composite video connectivity built in. This makes is easy to integrate the camera seamlessly into your current set up – be it SD or HD while ensuring you’re future-proofed for migration to any other workflow.

All outputs are active simultaneously, so it can be used with a second or even third monitor in the operating room.

Fluorescein mode

For ophthalmological examination which requires the use of fluorescein dyes, the MCC-1000MD is equipped with a fluorescein mode that produces optimal image quality when shooting objects that yield fluorescence by reacting to fluorescein. It adjusts the saturation and hue for only the fluorescent colour.

Easily attachable to surgical microscopes

The MCC-1000MD can be attached to a range of widely-used surgical microscopes by using the optional accessory Sony CCMA-2DAR, a compatible camera adapter. This enables surgeons to acquire Full HD quality 2D video images of ophthalmology and neurology microsurgical procedures.

Convenient foot switch operation 

The MCC-1000MD can be connected to two foot switches, which allow hands free control over functions such as switching picture profile change and pausing image on screen.

Ideal for microsurgical applications:

Built on Sony’s expertise and knowledge, accumulated over decades as a world leading supplier of high quality broadcast and professional products, the MCC-1000MD features the latest generation image sensor technology offering enhanced low-light sensitivity compared to traditional cameras on the market.

Designed for medical microsurgical applications including ophthalmology and neurology procedures, the compact and lightweight design allows the C-mount head to be easily mounted on most existing surgical microscopes. Captured HD images can be displayed on our surgical monitors for everyone to see in the OR and recorded with our medical recorders. Surgical footage can be shared with clinicians/colleagues, at conferences and symposiums, and for surgical training and education.

Capture minute surgical details:

Designed to deliver a high level of detail for microsurgery applications, the MCC-1000MD camera head combines three Exmor™ R CMOS sensors. This sensor combined with our leading image processing technology, means the MCC-1000MD provides sensitivity of F20, a signal-to-noise ratio of 63 dB, and a horizontal resolution of 1000 TV lines or more.

The MCC-1000MD can capture Full HD images with 1,080 effective scanning lines even in progressive format, allowing you to see details and movement in videos with greater clarity than in interlaced format.

Simultaneous video outputs from two MCC-1000MD units can be synchronised, allowing capture of HD 3D stereoscopic video images. These 3D images can be displayed on Sony’s 4K 3D surgical monitors such as the LMD-X310MT and LMD-X550MT, and can be recorded by our HVO-3300MT 3D medical recorder.

High Sensitivity designed for near darkness

A high sensitivity of F20 means the MCC-1000MD can capture remarkably clear video and still images even in near darkness – specifically for procedures involving areas of the anatomy that are difficult to illuminate during a particularly intricate microsurgery. This level of sensitivity allows the camera to capture more natural colours and suppress noise caused by higher gain. Ideal for ophthalmic posterior surgical procedures that involve the retina and optic nerve areas. The camera can also capture and reproduce very brightly-lit areas at standard exposure level.

High Dynamic Range (HDR) mode

The MCC-1000MD can operate in HDR (High Dynamic Range) mode. When used in conjunction with an HDR display, the images can be viewed with a wider range of contrast to capture surgical images with even greater contrast and realism.

Objects with surfaces that are difficult to reproduce – are visually improved, such as wetness, dark shadows, or glossiness.

Image control with multiple adjustments functions

 The MCC-1000MD is designed for modern clinical environments. The Picture Profile function offers a wide range of pre-set image controls. The OR staff can simply select one of the six picture profiles which match various shooting conditions in Ophthalmic surgery.

The MCC-1000MD also features other image-adjusting features such as Auto Exposure, Knee, Digital Zoom, Picture Profile, Picture Flip, and GenLock. The Picture Flip function can turn the camera picture horizontally, vertically, or both horizontally and vertically according to the microscope.

Various outputs for flexible connectivity

The MCC-1000MD has enough output flexibility to connect with medical modalities with HDMI, HD-SDI (3G-SDI), S-Video, and composite video connectivity built in. This makes is easy to integrate the camera seamlessly into your current set up – be it SD or HD while ensuring you’re future-proofed for migration to any other workflow.

All outputs are active simultaneously, so it can be used with a second or even third monitor in the operating room.

Fluorescein mode

For ophthalmological examination which requires the use of fluorescein dyes, the MCC-1000MD is equipped with a fluorescein mode that produces optimal image quality when shooting objects that yield fluorescence by reacting to fluorescein. It adjusts the saturation and hue for only the fluorescent colour.

Easily attachable to surgical microscopes

The MCC-1000MD can be attached to a range of widely-used surgical microscopes by using the optional accessory Sony CCMA-2DAR, a compatible camera adapter. This enables surgeons to acquire Full HD quality 2D video images of ophthalmology and neurology microsurgical procedures.

Convenient foot switch operation 

The MCC-1000MD can be connected to two foot switches, which allow hands free control over functions such as switching picture profile change and pausing image on screen.

Ideal for microsurgical applications:

Built on Sony’s expertise and knowledge, accumulated over decades as a world leading supplier of high quality broadcast and professional products, the MCC-1000MD features the latest generation image sensor technology offering enhanced low-light sensitivity compared to traditional cameras on the market.

Designed for medical microsurgical applications including ophthalmology and neurology procedures, the compact and lightweight design allows the C-mount head to be easily mounted on most existing surgical microscopes. Captured HD images can be displayed on our surgical monitors for everyone to see in the OR and recorded with our medical recorders. Surgical footage can be shared with clinicians/colleagues, at conferences and symposiums, and for surgical training and education.

Capture minute surgical details:

Designed to deliver a high level of detail for microsurgery applications, the MCC-1000MD camera head combines three Exmor™ R CMOS sensors. This sensor combined with our leading image processing technology, means the MCC-1000MD provides sensitivity of F20, a signal-to-noise ratio of 63 dB, and a horizontal resolution of 1000 TV lines or more.

The MCC-1000MD can capture Full HD images with 1,080 effective scanning lines even in progressive format, allowing you to see details and movement in videos with greater clarity than in interlaced format.

Simultaneous video outputs from two MCC-1000MD units can be synchronised, allowing capture of HD 3D stereoscopic video images. These 3D images can be displayed on Sony’s 4K 3D surgical monitors such as the LMD-X310MT and LMD-X550MT, and can be recorded by our HVO-3300MT 3D medical recorder.

High Sensitivity designed for near darkness

A high sensitivity of F20 means the MCC-1000MD can capture remarkably clear video and still images even in near darkness – specifically for procedures involving areas of the anatomy that are difficult to illuminate during a particularly intricate microsurgery. This level of sensitivity allows the camera to capture more natural colours and suppress noise caused by higher gain. Ideal for ophthalmic posterior surgical procedures that involve the retina and optic nerve areas. The camera can also capture and reproduce very brightly-lit areas at standard exposure level.

High Dynamic Range (HDR) mode

The MCC-1000MD can operate in HDR (High Dynamic Range) mode. When used in conjunction with an HDR display, the images can be viewed with a wider range of contrast to capture surgical images with even greater contrast and realism.

Objects with surfaces that are difficult to reproduce – are visually improved, such as wetness, dark shadows, or glossiness.

Image control with multiple adjustments functions

 The MCC-1000MD is designed for modern clinical environments. The Picture Profile function offers a wide range of pre-set image controls. The OR staff can simply select one of the six picture profiles which match various shooting conditions in Ophthalmic surgery.

The MCC-1000MD also features other image-adjusting features such as Auto Exposure, Knee, Digital Zoom, Picture Profile, Picture Flip, and GenLock. The Picture Flip function can turn the camera picture horizontally, vertically, or both horizontally and vertically according to the microscope.

Various outputs for flexible connectivity

The MCC-1000MD has enough output flexibility to connect with medical modalities with HDMI, HD-SDI (3G-SDI), S-Video, and composite video connectivity built in. This makes is easy to integrate the camera seamlessly into your current set up – be it SD or HD while ensuring you’re future-proofed for migration to any other workflow.

All outputs are active simultaneously, so it can be used with a second or even third monitor in the operating room.

Fluorescein mode

For ophthalmological examination which requires the use of fluorescein dyes, the MCC-1000MD is equipped with a fluorescein mode that produces optimal image quality when shooting objects that yield fluorescence by reacting to fluorescein. It adjusts the saturation and hue for only the fluorescent colour.

Easily attachable to surgical microscopes

The MCC-1000MD can be attached to a range of widely-used surgical microscopes by using the optional accessory Sony CCMA-2DAR, a compatible camera adapter. This enables surgeons to acquire Full HD quality 2D video images of ophthalmology and neurology microsurgical procedures.

Convenient foot switch operation 

The MCC-1000MD can be connected to two foot switches, which allow hands free control over functions such as switching picture profile change and pausing image on screen.