Presently there is only one producer of aura cameras in Germany, from the company Progen, who makes different types: analog and digital models. The quality of the result is nearly the same although the prices and handling is different.
Analog Aura Cameras with Hand Sensor
The analog camera is sold under the name Aura Camera 6000. It consists of two hand sensors and one polaroid camera, both of them are connected. On the hand sensors, there are several points which measure the electrical potential of the acupressure meridians. If you are putting the palms on the hand sensors and take a picture, the measured resonances will be displayed in a standardized process around the contours of the person’s body.
The analog aura cameras are very precise and have proven their value for decades in therapeutic and healthcare centres. The photo can be used just a few minutes after it has been taken. The only draw back is that the analog camera system is rather expensive. Usually you will need to invest around 7000€
Digital Aura Camera WinAura
The digital Aura Camera types are much less expensive, depending on the model. The electrical resonances are also measured with the palm of the hand, although using only one singular hand sensor. This hand sensor is connected to a laptop. Using the special software, the aura is displayed live on the monitor as image or video. The image of the aura appearing on the monitor can be printed out in color, so that you have, as well, a photo of the aura. From this you can choose different evaluation points, i.e. detailed chakra monitoring, and then decide if you want to have a portrait or a full body presentation. The software provides an extensive description to support the interpretation of the aura photo. This combination and process gives the professional user a powerful and detailed diagnostic tool. And for inexperienced users, it gives the possibility to study and learn about aura-reading, independently.