Fundus Photography

This photography equipment is used to document and compare alterations in the optic nerve, macula, and posterior pole of the eye thanks to its novel system. It integrates all the functions needed to rapidly detect the conditions of the retina.

With its ergonomic design, it provides a detailed view of the entire fundus image with a true 45° field of view. This system offers images of the retina with minimal exposure to inflammation, which allows us to rapidly acquire a detailed view of the lower part of the eye, while minimizing patient discomfort. In addition, it uses a high-resolution CCD sensor (2 megapixels) for patient alignment (with IR illumination) and to capture retinal images with a flash of white light.