The first fundus camera was introduced by ZEISS to the ophthalmic community in 1926. It soon became the standard of high quality color retinal photos. The fundus camera has become a mainstay and an essential tool in the exam lane. As technology progresses, as well as the need to detect earlier, ZEISS has introduced ultra-widefield imaging, which enables clinicians to see wider fields of view in high resolution.
ZEISS offers one of the broadest portfolios: from the traditional fundus camera VISUCAM® 224/524 to ultra-widefield imaging with CLARUS® 500. ZEISS is now introducing the most comprehensive ultra-widefield imaging device - CLARUS 700 with fluorescein angiography.
The ZEISS VISUCAM fundus cameras 224 and 524 with a 24-megapixel sensor produces brilliant, detail-rich images to effectively aid in diagnosing and monitoring a broad range of eye diseases – from glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy to dry AMD.
- High-resolution fundus imaging
- Fully-featured camera with all imaging modes
- Simple design, user friendly, full integration with clinic workflow
ZEISS CLARUS 500 is the next generation fundus imaging system from ZEISS that provides true color and high-resolution across an entire ultra-widefield image.
- True Color images to help with differential diagnosis and documentation
- High resolution images anywhere in the retina, including the periphery
- Simple, stable and intuitive – creating a comfortable patient experience that ensures image integrity
ZEISS CLARUS 700 was designed as a comprehensive ultra-widefield retinal camera for eye care specialists to capture ultra-widefield images in true color, with unsurpassed image quality, and a complete suite of modalities including fluorescein angiography.
- True Color imaging using Broad Line Technology
- Ultra-wide field of view in exceptional resolution
- Fluorescein Angiography (FA)
- Advanced imaging features to capture your best image every time