What is the MediCap image capture device and what are the differences between the model USB100 and USB150?
A. The MediCap image capture device can save digital images to a USB flash drive from virtually any video source, for example, an ultrasound camera, endoscopic camera, surgical microscope, etc. It connects to your equipment the same way a VCR does, except instead of recording onto video tape, the MediCap saves still images onto a USB flash drive. Once you have finished saving images onto the flash drive, you can remove it from the MediCap and insert it into any Windows computer that supports USB. Then you can copy the images onto the computer where you can archive them, email them, share them on a network, enhance them with third-party software, etc. The MediCap is very easy to use and can bring the power and convenience of digital imaging to virtually any existing video device. The MediCap USB100 and USB150 models are the same except that the USB150 includes a built-in LCD monitor to help with navigation and image capture confirmation. For an in-depth description of both models, see t