FULL SPECTRUM IMAGING

FULL SPECTRUM IMAGING

The Full Spectrum Imaging System (FSIS) is the most advanced forensic image capturing system in the world. Every aspect of the FSIS has been carefully designed to provide the only full spectrum imaging system able to capture at the highest resolution available. The FSIS features a patented 16MP digital camera with 78mm UV lens. With over 16 megapixels of resolution and sensitivity from 254nm to 1100nm, the FSIS can easily capture a full handprint at 1000 ppi (pixels per inch), and micro evidence up to 3,500 ppi. No more looking for a latent fingerprint with a handheld RUVIS and then blindly photographing the evidence in order to get a high resolution image. No more green, grainy, low resolution images with a capture area limited to 1’’x 1’’ by the old RUVIS technology. The FSIS will digitally capture a high resolution image and display it in real time. The system begins with the patented camera and continues with the computer, an all-in-one Apple iMac with 27" display running on Windows 7. The system’s patented curved surface software is revolutionary. Now, evidence can be captured even on round or curved surfaces, such as a wine glass, using the integration feature. With a state of the art computer, a high sensitivity solid state camera, and software written specifically for capturing various types of evidence, the FSIS provides consistent sensitivity and sharpness in the UV, visible and IR spectrums.