Canon T7 Dental Camera kit for EODO Residents


966 in stock


Canon’s Rebel T7 Camera/100mm macro lens w/Dine Dental Standardization Guide and Dine’s Mini Ring and Point Flash

 This NEW lightweight, incredibly popular 24 mp SLR camera is ideal for the dental/medical photographer. The new Canon EOS Rebel t7 works great with Dine’s TTL Ring and Point Flash as well as macro lens. The system combines the two most ideal flashes for clinical use, the ring flash for intra-oral and surgical photography and the point flash for facial as well as descriptive close-up picture taking. As one of Canon’s lightest weight digital SLR the Canon t7 system is ideal for use by auxiliary staff members. This camera is completely pre-set by Dine prior to delivery and includes complete instructions for clinical use. The camera even provides live video preview if users prefer to use that as opposed to the camera’s viewfinder. All Dine camera systems come with lifetime telephone support from our clinical photography experts.

Lens and Flash-

Tokina 100mm macro lens with Dine Mini Ring and Point Flash.  Featuring an optically terrific 100mm macro lens w/Dine’s dental standardization guide. The Dine Guide is essentially a cheat sheet on your lens noting the ideal place to set the lens for all of the most common dental subjects as well as recommended f stops. Also includes Dine’s Mini Ring and Point flash. The smallest and lightest ring flash available combines the Dine patented Ring Flash for intra-oral photography with a Point flash for facial photography. Choose your flash with the flip of a switch.

The full kit includes the following:

  • Canon Rebel T7 body with all accessories from Canon
  • 100mm macro lens w/dental standardization guide
  • Dine Ring and Point Flash
  • Hard Carrying Case
  • Cheek Retractors
  • Intra-oral Mirrors
  • Rechargeable AA Batteries and Charger
  • 32 gig memory card
  • Card reader
  • full instructions and lifetime telephone from Dine

The Canon T7 is our least expensive Canon digital SLR. In comparing this camera to the more expensive Canon systems that we offer, you will find the T7 will take  comparable clinical photos when compared to  other Canon systems that we offer. When you spend more money on a digital body, you are paying for features that likely will not improve your experience with the camera as a clinical photographer. If you are purchasing a camera with a dual purpose in mind of office and home use, definitely research the bodies and see what’s best for you we sell them all, but if your goal is great clinical photos at the most affordable price, the T7 is what we would recommend.


*** You must be a member of Dr. Mahony’s EODO residency program to qualify for this discounted price.


Additional information

Weight 10 lbs