Zeiss debuts new generation of high-resolution fundus cameras

November 14, 2015

Two new non-mydriatic cameras from Carl Zeiss Meditec use a high-resolution optical chain, delivering enhanced retinal details for more effective detection and management of eye diseases.

Las Vegas-Two new non-mydriatic cameras from Carl Zeiss Meditec use a high-resolution optical chain, delivering enhanced retinal details for more effective detection and management of eye diseases.

The two models (VISUCAM 224/524) are backed by an internal 24 MP sensor, a newly designed optical system, and enhanced post-processing for fast imaging, the company said. Both models include fundus autofluorescence as a standard feature, as well as color and red-free to enhance visualization of different anatomic features.

 

In addition, the VISUCAM 524 will also offer fluorescein angiography and optional indocyanine green angiography for the assessment of vascular blood flow and leakage.

Both models are available in the United States, Canada, the European Union, and throughout Asia.