A new, commercially available, and inexpensive film video processor facilitates the viewing of fluorescein angiograms on video monitors. The negative film is inserted into a film carrier, read by a charge-coupled device solid state pickup device and presented as a negative or positive image on a black-and-white monitor with the help of a negative/positive conversion feature. Details of the angiogram are studied by zooming into any part of the image, which magnifies the image up to six times. Contrast and brightness adjustment on the video monitor allows examination of under- or overexposed angiograms.
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