Tools for Medical Photography



1. Consider a camera system as “High Quality Tools” for capturing clinical images.

2. Read the Owner’s Manual and use your imagination to get the most out of your “tool.”

3. Buy into a “system” such as Nikon or Canon systems. This allows you to add “tools” to your system over time.

4. Buy the good equipment as you will regret it when your lesser quality equipment fails.

5. Put your money in the lens, then the flash, then the camera body.

6. Purchase a quality camera bag to protect your investment.

7. Purchase UV-Haze filters to protect your lenses.

8. Keep extra batteries in your bag for all your tools.

9. Buy USA warranty if purchasing through mail order.

10. Beware of purchasing special camera-lens bundles that contain lenses that don’t meet the above specifications.