Practices looking to add fundus photography with more flexibility, and lower costs, than conventional retinal cameras have a new option to consider in the Eyer portable retinal camera from US Ophthalmic, according to a company press release.
The system couples a Samsung Galaxy S9 phone to an adapter outfitted with a 12 megapixel non-mydriatic camera, and is suitable for mobile imaging in or out of the office. Images are uploaded to a cloud server to allow for remote access and telemedicine consults.
The Eyer offers color, red-free and stereophoto options at 45 degrees of field. A panoramic mode creates composites with over 110 degrees of field, US Ophthalmic says.
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