• Non-mydriatic ultra-high resolution images in under a second, through 2 mm pupils and many cataracts
  • Red and green lasers; each wavelength provides information for interpretation and diagnosis.
    Channels can be viewed separately:
    – Green (532 nm) “red-free” visualizes the sensory retina to the RPE
    – Red (635 nm) shows deeper structures of the retina (RPE to Choroid)
  • Ultra-widefield autofluorescence imaging with green laser light displays lipofuscin in the RPE
  • Images are available immediately and stored electronically for future comparison or telehealth applications
  • Innovative software tools enhance image evaluation
  • DICOM compatible
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