Motorised downdraft photography workstation
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Motorised downdraft photography workstation


The PHOTOvent LH151 provides a downdraft filtered photography workstation with motorised camera positioning, height adjustment with lighting and accessory shelving.  Suitable for use with the most photography systems including the DCS system.

For the application of fingerprint powders and evidence staining chemicals, forensic experts are equipped with special instruments like vented cupboards or fume hoods. For the subsequent photographic documentation of the evidence suitable safety equipment is often missing. With PHOTOvent LH151 Attestor Forensics offers a modern downdraft filter workstation, especially designed for safe evidence photography.







Key features:-

  • Strong downdraft air system
  • Touch panel control
  • Stainless steel working surface
  • Camera arm with motorised coarse and highly accurate fine positioning (0.3mm steps)
  • Variable height adjustment via electrical motor
  • Compatible with most photography systems including the DCS4 and DCS5 systems
  • Available in 2 sizes (Large and Small)


The stainless steel covered working surface of both models can be adjusted electrically and contains a downdraft venting system, consisting of a pre-filter mat type F5 and a fine particulate dust cassette H13.  An electrically movable camera arm with a control unit for coarse and fine movement (with an accuracy of approx. 0.3mm) allows accurate camera positioning. A shelf for accessories such as light sources that moves along with the camera arm and features a cable chain for secure stowing of connection and power leads prevents camera connectors to be damaged by blockages caused by too short cables during camera arm movement.


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Click here to see a video demonstration of the PHOTOvent with the DCS system

Click here to see a video demonstration of the PHOTOvent with the Crime-Lite Imager



Price from: On application
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