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Telesensory Magnifiers Authorized Sales & Service Low Vision Aids Equipment
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CESC Helping People With Macular Degeneration, Common Causes of Low Vision
Telesensory Genie Pro Desktop Magnifier Computer Compatible
Now it's easier than ever to stay productive
With over 35 years of success.
Telesensory continues to be the company people trust and depend on for the highest quality low vision solution and dedicated personal customer service.
CCTVs & Video Magnifiers
Telesensory Atlas 710
With 24" Monitor
Zoomax MARS HD Portable
Distance & Close Viewing. Portable Desktop Video Magnifier. Connect to PC
HDMI & USB
2X to 80X Magnification
Based on 14" screen
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2X to19X Magnification
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Zoomax Snow 7" Handheld Low Vision Magnification
Easy-to-use Handheld Video Magnifier
Snow has the most advanced images at the lowest Magnification
and under fast Movement. Compact design and light weight.
Zoomax Snow - 4.3 Full-Color Video Magnifier
Zoomax Snow 4.3" Model: RV4VL
Zoomax CCTV Low Vision Video Magnifiers
Some of the most sophisticated and powerful magnifier available for low vision loss.
Relative distance magnification means bringing an object or something you're reading closer to the eye. when you bring item closer, your eye and your brain project a larger image on the retina. Unfortunately, our eyes have difficulty when something is brought too close, and that is where the low-vision device comes in.
Zoomax Handheld video magnifier
Touch Screen M5
Zoomax Handheld video magnifier M 5
Magnification: 2.3X ~ 16X
First 2HD Design Handheld Video Magnifier
Charging time: approximately 4.5 hours
Continuous use: (Fully charged battery) approximately 4 hours battery life (depending on Mode and Brightness
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degeneration is an eye disorder that damage the center of the retina
that can led to center vision loss which leads to Low vision.
A disorder that affect the retina, the light sensitive lining at the back of the eye where images are focused.
The macula - the area on the retina responsible for sharp center vision deteriorates, causing blurred vision which may cause problems such as difficulty reading.
Remember when you used a magnifying glass to see a leaf, a bug or hair? you may remember that it took a few moments to find the place to hold the magnifier when viewing the object and that good light always help produce a clearer picture.
when working with any of these magnifying devices those two principles will remain critical - proper viewing distance and good light.
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