Clear Advantages: Ultra-Widefield Imaging with HD Fluorescein Angiography
The ZEISS CLARUS 700 is the first fundus camera to combine an ultra-widefield of view with True color high-resolution imaging. And now it comes with a full suite of imaging capabilities – including fluorescein angiography – and advanced features to collect the best image, every time
sponsored by Zeiss
Legacy ultra-widefield retinal imaging systems require separate devices to capture images of the periphery on the one hand, and, on the other, high-definition color images of the optic nerve head. A far better option is to meld the two capabilities in a single instrument – as ZEISS has done with CLARUS 700 – so that clinicians can retrieve high-resolution pictures of the retina from macula to far periphery in one coordinated system.
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