Automated Before and Afters
Capture consistent before-and-after images with FotoFinder's new Automated ATBM. The body imaging system offers guided photography templates that walk the user through the entire imaging process plus an automated stand that adjusts the camera to the patient's height and target areas. Additional features include the Proposer module that highlights recommended procedures and skincare products, Bodyscan mole mapping and the optional Medicam 1000 for dermoscopy and trichoscopy.
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