Cartridge casings have long been gathered at crime scenes however, it is rare to find fingerprints as any deposits are usually destroyed when the weapon is fired.
Some casings though, may have some corrosion left by fingerprint sweat which can be viewed under the correct light and magnification.
Through extensive research and development of the revolutionary CERA, Consolite Forensics has been able to produce a new optical system without the use of a complex powder and high voltage system, yet still capable of enhancing and capturing even the most difficult prints from a curved surface.
The new compact CERA LT achieves this purely through its advanced optical system and simple to use software called CFIS.
New features include the ability to capture and compare ballistic information from the breech face of a cartridge. The new holding system allows a full range of cartridges to be inspected for firing pin impressions and also ejector marks.
The operation of CERA LT has been designed to be quick and easy with minimal training and expertise.