ProScope – Rising Star in Dermatology

Lake Oswego, Oregon, July 24th, 2013, Bodelin Technologies newly released ProScope Micro Mobile, the first professional-level microscope to be made specifically to attach to mobile devices such as the iPad®, iPad mini®, iPhone® as well as other tablets and smartphones, has been picking up steam in the dermatology, Estheticians and hair restoration industry. Dr. William Stebbins, board-certified Dermatologist, wrote:

“I’ve found the ProScope Micro Mobile to be easy to use and works seamlessly with the iPhone®. I’ve been able to produce numerous high quality photos of varying magnifications with the PMM. Very good battery life as well.”

Previous versions of the ProScope have been used worldwide in hair restoration though this is the first ProScope model to have gained acceptance by dermatologists and estheticians worldwide. Through several university studies Bodelin engineers responded to feedback from students and professors for a simple to use device with professional optics and adjustable lighting at a price anyone can afford. See a video of the ProScope Micro Mobile in action on YouTube.

The ProScope Micro Mobile uses precision optical glass as a magnified relay for the built in smartphone optics for edge-to-edge imaging and magnification from 20X optical to 80X digital. Twelve LEDs – arrayed in two alternating circles to allow for polarized (optional filter) and white reflective lighting with a rocker switch for intensity adjustment. An onboard lithium-ion battery capable of five hours of continuous use provides power for the LEDs and a USB charging cable comes with the kit. Bodelin designers created special sleeves for the iPhone 4, 4S, 5, iPad mini and full-sized iPad, a unique 3-point tabletop stand, finite focus lens cone and impact-resistant ABS and Nylon for years of field use.

ProScope Micro Mobile is made entirely in the state of Oregon. No additional parts were sourced outside the US. The retail price for any ProScope Micro Mobile kit is only $149. See an introduction to the ProScope Micro Mobile on YouTube.

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