2D is the traditional black and white skeletal images captured in your doctor’s office. 3D is the still surface images of the baby’s features that allow you to see what your baby looks like and are printed in your package or saved to a picture CD. 4D is the live motion you are watching on the screen and what is recorded for a video. All our packages, except the 2D gender quick peek, include all three forms of imaging.
What is the difference between 2D, 3D & 4D imaging?
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