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The moment you can see beyond the imaginable.

This is the moment we work for.

OPMI Lumera 700 surgery microscope


The perfect microscope for cataract and retina surgery


Now with integrated intraoperative OCT

  • Highlights

    OPMI LUMERA 700 and RESCAN 700

    A new dimension in visualization

    Innovation in eye care starts with the desire to see more. With the first surgical microscope and the first commercial OCT for ophthalmic applications, two gold standards have now been fused together into one system – ushering in a new era of surgical microscopes.


    See more:

    • during surgery
    • with real-time HD-OCT
    • for better decision making

    ZEISS RESCAN 700 in cornea surgery

    Check the position of the craft and assess the interface to the patient cornea in DSEAK.

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    Get transparency with real-time OCT

    See more in cataract surgery

    For cataract surgery, SCI and CALLISTO eye® from ZEISS provide the best anterior visualization and highly precise* assistance functions to accelerate procedural workflow and improve surgical accuracy.

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    Skip unnecessary workflow steps

    Combined with the ZEISS CALLISTO eye, it provides a series of assistance functions for performing more precise* LRI incisions, capsulorhexis, IOL centration and toric IOL alignment.


    The high-quality HD images and videos can also be displayed on the ZEISS CALLISTO eye touch screen and recorded for documentation


    A highly integrated workplace

    The ceiling-mounted version of ZEISS OPMI LUMERA 700 combines highly integrated products into one workplace. By freeing up valuable OR floor space, it offers you great positioning flexibility. Its smooth, motorized lift function makes switching between system positions quick and easy.

    LUMERA 700 Overhead Display

    Full workflow efficiency

    The assistant microscope offers a second set of eyes for complex procedures requiring two surgeons, as well as for teaching purposes. The fully integrated HD video chain delivers a high-resolution view of the surgical field that is well suited for co-observation, lectures and presentations.

    RESIGHT 700 wireless foot control panel

    Foot control freedom

    The wireless foot control panel offers freedom from wire clutter, positioning flexibility and the ability to configure functions based on preferences.

  • Video
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    Anterior surgery with ZEISS RESCAN 700

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    Filesize: 15.9 MB

  • Technical Data


    Surgical microscope Motorized zoom system with apochromatic lens, zoom ratio 1 : 6
    Magnification factor = 0.4 x–2.4 x
    Focusing: electric / motorized, focus range: 70 mm
    Objective lens: f = 200 mm (optionally also f = 175 mm or f = 225 mm with support ring)
    Binocular tube: Invertertube E (optionally also Invertertube, 180° swivel tube,
    f = 170 mm, inclined tube, f = 170 mm)
    Wide-angle eyepiece 10 x (optionally also 12.5 x)
    Light source
    SCI: Coaxial and full-field illumination (patent pending)

    Fiber-optic illumination Superlux® Eye:

    • Xenon short arc reflector lamp with HaMode filter
    • Backup lamp in lamp housing, can be slid into position manually

    LED fiber optic light source:

    • Near-daylight color temperature
    • 50,000 hour lifetime
    • HaMode filter
    • 25 % gray filter

    For all light sources:

    • Blue blocking filter
    • Optional: Fluorescence filter
    Slit lamp Slit widths: 0.2 mm, 2 mm, 3 mm, 4 mm
    Slit height: 12 mm
    XY coupling Travel range: max. 61 mm x 61 mm
    Automatic centering at the touch of a button
    Video monitor 22” LCD display
    Resolution: 1,680 x 1,050
    Stand Maximum permissible weight load of the spring arm:
    When the surgical microscope is attached to the arm (without tube, eyepiece or objective lens) and the X Y coupling is also attached, a maximum of 9 kg of additional accessories can be attached to the spring arm


    OCT engine
    SD OCT (spectral domain)
    Wavelength 840 nm
    Scanning speed 27.000 A-scans per second
    Scan parameters
    A-scan depth: 2.0 mm in tissue
    Axial resolution: 5.5 μm in tissue
    Scan length adjustable 3–16 mm
    Scan rotation adjustable 360°
    Scan modes for live and capture acquisition


    • 1-line
    • 5-lines
    • cross hair
    • 1-line
    • 5-lines
    • cube

    RESIGHT Family

    Mechanical data Focus range with LH175 lens holder: 31 mm (position of intermediate image)
    Focus range with LH200 lens holder: 38 mm (position of intermediate image)
    Rotation angle of lens revolver and holder: 0°–360°
    Lenses included 60 D, 128 D
    Weight ZEISS RESIGHT 500 (manual): 0.45 kg
    ZEISS RESIGHT 700 (motorized): 0.50 kg


    Touch screen Projected Capacitive Touch (PCT) with externed transparency, scratch-proof
    Processor Intel® Core i7 620M 2.66 GHz
    Hard drive SATA, 500 GB
    Display Integrated 22” color flat screen with high luminosity and wide viewing angle
    Video signals PAL 576i50; NTSC 480i60; 1080i50; 1080i60
    Full functionality and usability in conjunction with ZEISS CALLISTO eye is only possible with camera models from Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
    Ports 1 × CAN-Bus, 1 × RS232, 2 × 1 Gigabit Ethernet, 5 × USB2.0, 1 × potential equalization
    Video input 1 × Y/C, 1 × HD-SDI
    Video output 1 × VGA, 2 × HDMI
    Connectivity Integrated RJ45 10 / 100Base-T Ethernet port for connection to ZEISS OPMI LUMERA 700 and hospital network
    Weight 15 kg
  • Services
    Customer Care

    Customer Care

    Every facet of Customer Care at ZEISS is designed to protect your investment in your equipment. Whether it is a high-end surgical microscope, an ophthalmic laser, diagnostic equipment, or radiotherapy system, we provide timely, responsive services through a national network of highly skilled technicians.

    Our dedication to providing the highest quality of customer care is reflected by the fact that our customers consistently rank us superior in terms of their satisfaction with our performance.

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    Seeing to succeed

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