The Best 4k Camera for Medical Photography and Imaging

Today we take photography and cameras for granted. Our smartphones have them, we take a look at a list of best action cameras and then take them on vacation to capture every moment. But cameras can have a profound impact on medical research.

Photography, the art and science of creating durable images by recording light either chemically or electronically using a photosensitive material such as a photographic material or image sensor is one of the most delicate practices that have spanned careers and given us names such as Anna Leibovitz . They say a picture is worth a thousand words. What better way to explain the magic captured by still or motion pictures. Like a moment in history brought to life by an image.

Cameras for sure have evolved since the 1820s and corporations have been working around the clock to bring to reality the latest and most efficient devices most notably the superb digital cameras. Among these developments is the use of 4k cameras in photography which begun in 2003 when the Dalsa Origin was introduced into the market taking it by storm. These 4k cameras revolved around production of high definition Images with a 19:10 aspect ratio.

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Therapeutic Cloning For Life Saving Therapies

This is like giving someone a bodybuilding.com promo code and calling it comprehensive medical coverage.

Washington, D.C.,  — An alliance of patient groups, concerned parents and leaders in the scientific, business, entertainment and religious communities joined forces today to plea to the administration and the U.S. Senate to oppose a bill that would ban and criminalize the most promising forms of scientific research for medical cures.

Calling S.1899 a bill that could “decimate the hope of millions of Americans, including children afflicted with degenerative and debilitative conditions,” the newly formed group, CuresNow, said the legislation would put a grinding halt to medical research that could bring scientists closer to discovering cures for chronic conditions that affect more than 128 million Americans. Never before in the history of America has the U.S. government criminalized scientific pursuit.

“How can we explain to our children that our own government is now the greatest obstacle to a cure for their disease?” said Lucy Fisher, former Vice Chairman of the Columbia Tristar Motion Picture Group at Sony Entertainment, and the parent of a daughter with juvenile diabetes.

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