Flexible video endoscope with lightweight and ergonomic handle
The ENF-VH2 (high-definition type) and the ENF-V4 (slim diameter type, 2.6 mm) are optimized for ENT examinations due to the high image quality and the lightweight and ergonomic handle design.
- High image quality
- Lightweight and ergonomic design to reduce fatigue and improve handling
- ENF-VH2 — wide field of view — HD
- ENF-V4 — surprisingly small diameter
- Narrow Band Imaging (NBI)
Flexible Video Endoscope
The ENF-VH, with High-Definition TV (HDTV), and the ENF-V3, which maintains high image quality while reducing the distal end outer diameter to a mere 2.6 mm, offer a new examination environment for rhino-laryngo videoscopes.
Flexible video endoscope with 4-direction angulation, 4.9 mm flexible tube outer diameter
The ENF-VT3 rhino-laryngo videoscope offers high image quality, ergonomic handling and efficient treatment performance for transnasal laryngoscopies and vocal cord and pharynx procedures.
Flexible Video Endoscope, 4.9 mm flexible tube outer diameter
The Olympus ENF-VT2 rhino-laryngo videoscope offers users outstanding observation capacity and treatment performance for transnasal laryngoscopies and vocal-cord and pharynx procedures.
Flexible Portable Fibrescope, 3.6 mm insertion tube outer diameter
The ENF-GP is a complete, portable, reliable rhino-laryngo fiberscope that not only provides large and bright high-resolution images but also features enhanced illumination as a result of its improved, advanced light-distribution system.
Flexible Fibrescope, 3.6 mm insertion tube outer diameter
The ENF TYPE P4 rhino-laryngo fiberscope offers users high-grade fiber optics. The incorporation of the latest high-grade fiber-optic technology and new optical system result in bright, crisp images and increased image detail.
Flexible Fibrescope, ultraslim 2.2 mm insertion tube outer diameter
The ENF-XP rhino-laryngo fiberscope with its ultraslim 2.2 mm insertion tube diameter and wide angulation range, plus high-resolution optics and brightness, is the optimal choice for observing narrow upper airway passages in adults and children.