Nov. 14, 2015

New high resolution Fundus Cameras VISUCAM 224 / 524 for more confident diagnosis

ZEISS introduces a new generation of high resolution Fundus cameras at the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) in Las Vegas.
The two new non-mydriatic VISUCAM 224 and VISUCAM 524 cameras use a new high resolution optical chain, delivering enhanced retinal details for more effective detection and management of eye diseases.

“We are delighted to provide doctors now with improved fundus cameras that support fast and reliable diagnosis and follow-up of challenging retinal eye diseases like dry AMD, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy through brilliant pictures that offer more details” says Dr. Ludwin Monz, Chief Executive Officer of Carl Zeiss Meditec AG. “The new Fundus Cameras are part of our comprehensive retinal and glaucoma solution that, combined with the CIRRUS HD-OCT, provide doctors with complete information on the retina and optic disc.”

Backed by an internal 24 MP sensor, a newly designed optical system and enhanced post-processing for fast and informative imaging, the fundus cameras produce unprecedented image quality from a non mydriatic design. At the same time, the system is easy to use. Both new VISUCAM models include Fundus Autofluorescence (FAF) as a standard feature to support current and emerging therapeutic management options for dry AMD. Other standard modalities such as color and red-free enhance the visualization of different anatomical features. Thanks to superior image quality, pictures taken by the new cameras also facilitate patient education.
The new VISUCAM 524 will also offer Fluorescein Angiography and optional Indocyanine Green Angiography for the assessment of vascular blood flow and leakage.
VISUCAM 224 / 524 is available in the US, Canada, the European Union and throughout Asia.

The portable fundus camera VISUSCOUT® 100 for retinal examinations

Also part of the ophthalmic portfolio of ZEISS is the mobile fundus camera VISUSCOUT® 100. This especially light and compact device, designed to bring retina imaging to smaller practices and mobile ophthalmic stations, is equipped with strong batteries for mobile use. It is part of the Essential Line of ZEISS and was recently awarded a Red Dot award for good product design.

ZEISS has a long tradition in advancing technology to examine the back of the eye: In 1926 Johan Nordenson and ZEISS made the first modern fundus camera commercially available for use by practitioners and the first fluorescein angiography (FFA) in 1959 was performed using a ZEISS fundus camera.


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