If you want to perform high-quality posterior segment imaging at any location and share results immediately, Volk Optical says its new VistaView has you covered. According to a company press release, the mydriatic retinal camera combines high-resolution, double aspheric glass optics with an intuitive digital interface that allows doctors or techs to capture widefield fundus images while managing patient data right on the device.
Volk says the VistaView’s 55˚ field of view is the widest of any mydriatic fundus camera in its class. Features include a voice capture option for hands-free operation; autofocus and manual imaging modes; illumination adjustment for photophobic patients and diverse retina pigments; and the ability to share password-protected reports and DICOM images for billing, consultation or referral.
Pricing is said to be below traditional desktop fundus cameras without compromising on image quality. The portable device “takes fundus photography out of the exam room to waiting rooms, patient rounds, nursing homes and screening events,” the press release says.
For more information, visit www.volk.com/vista.