· Contact Us
· EyeRonec System
· EyeSpy Pebble- 8+2
· All Products
· Courses, Books, DVD's
· Books, DVD's and Software
· History and Info
· Iridology, Health and Cancer Articles
· Web Links
· Photo Gallery
· History of Iridology
· World Book List
· Terms and Conditions
· EyeRis Registration
· Page d'accueil française
· Chinese Iris Camera
· Second Hand Equipment
· Members Online: 0
· Total Members: 1,076
· Newest Member: silkk55530
EyeSpy Pebble-8 + 2
The New EyeSpy Pebble-8+2 USB iridology is an entry level camera connects directly to any computer including a MAC to provide a LIVE image on the screen.
The daylight LEDs may be controlled from the light intensity control and the large focus wheel makes taking perfect pictures easy. No external power is required, the computer provides the power via the USB cable. To take the picture just press the button on the iridoscope and the image is saved, ready for you to file it somewhere or print it.
There are 8 daylight LED's that provide illumination for blue and light brown eyes. Dark Brown eyes have traditionally been hard to photograph so we now have included 2 Extra lights for side lighting so that the camera is optimised to take images of true brown irises.
The black soft touch finish and the chrome display stand gives the camera a real professional appearance. The free rotating eyecup will cover the eye to block out any false light that otherwise, may spoil the picture. Capture software is included and is easy to use with a printed instruction booklet.
Could this little Pebble-8+2 camera signal the end of large cumbersome cameras? The images are certainly getting close to the images produced by the large cameras.
Designed and made in Australia, with a Design Patent granted by the Commonwealth of Australia, this iridoscope will perform perfectly for many years to come. The Pebble-8+2 USB camera is guaranteed for 1 year with the option to extend the warranty by an other 2 years thus providing a total of 3 years warranty.
To improve the quality of images of true brown eyes we have added 2 extra LED lights to the Pebble 8 Camera, creating the new Pebble 8 + 2.The side lighting will cast shadows and therefore improve the quality of the picture.
It seems common for brown eyes to have an opaque cornea, which will show as a white cloud over the iris, like driving through fog, if you use more light, your visibility will decrease. If you encounter this problem use the minimum amount of light for best results.
In difficult cases, or children who are unable to keep their eye still, you may take a number of pictures and diagnose by using the "Partial" images you have taken.
The Best EyeSpy Pebble 8+2 currently sells for only $695 AUD and for a limited time includes "EyeRis" iridology report writing software with overlay in black, white and invisible. To take advantage of this great offer select the correct option by clicking the arrow then click the buy now button below.
We also have a few discounted Pebble 8+2 Iridology Cameras CLICK HERE to view these models.
NOTE: The Pebble-8+2 is a 2MP entry level camera if you require 8MP image quality see our EyeRonec camera.
Inspect the Pebble 8+2 images HERE before purchasing. You will make pictures like these or better.
MAC USERS UPDATE: If you experience troubles using the Pebble 8+2 Software on a New Mac Computer please download the latest software: HERE
Note on Postage times:
Some items are dispatched from either our USA office or AU office subject to availability. To avoid disappointment, please order your items at least 2 weeks in advance as postage times can vary. We thank you for your for your understanding.
Take a look at the video below.
This video was taken with an EyeSpy Pebble 8+2 Iridology Camera. As you can see the video quality is very high (especially at 720p) but just this video was 225MB so taking iris photos is much more computer space effective. Also note the Iridology camera was not completely in focus on the iris, it was focused on the Eyelashes (you can see they are very clear). You may notice the video appears very fast, this is because the camera records at a slow speed and when it compiles the video it brings the frame rate up to 30fps.