Barco's Flagship Multimodality Diagnostic Monitor Gets an Upgrade

At the upcoming RSNA event in Chicago next week, Barco will be unveiling a new version of its top of the line multi-modality diagnostic display. The Coronis Fusion has been an industry leader, as most radiologists will probably tell you. It is an impressive monitor, but competition has been catching up over the last decade. The new Coronis Fusion, available in 6 megapixel or 4 megapixel models, takes a big step by offering a significantly better contrast ratio than before.

Previously, the device had an already very high 1500:1 contrast ratio, but the new display has a 2000:1 contrast ratio. This should help with discerning very fine differences in both color and grayscale images, helping to improve diagnostics and reducing the strain on the eyes of radiologists.

The display sports a calibrated luminance of 600 cd/m2, a wide viewing angle, and all the popular features, such as SpotView and SoftGlow, that help to focus on the task at hand while reducing strain.

For color images, the Coronis Fusion features a wide color gamut and SteadyColor technology that accurately calibrates the colors displayed.

Product pages: Coronis Fusion 6MP (MDCC-6530) and Coronis Fusion 4MP (MDCC-4430)

Flashbacks: Barco’s New Coronis Fusion Radiology Diagnostic Display; 6 Megapixel Medical Monitor from Barco; Barco’s New 30 Inch 4 Megapixel Clinical Display

Via: Barco

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