Canon’s CX-1 is a Hybrid retinal camera: both mydriatic (requires eye drop to dilate pupils) and non-mydriatic. This two in one Fundus Camera is easy to operate, features auto-focus and auto-shot, perfect for small pupil photography. The additional feature of Autofluorescence Photography picks up heat, blood flow and abnormalities in blood vessels, making it easier to detect retinal disease.
Switch between mydriatic and non-mydriatic imaging modes at the touch of a button and perform several concurrent ocular tests.
High-precision optics achieve retinal imaging of the highest quality even at wide angles. Images are extremely clear even when magnified to double.
The onboard EOS camera’s LCD monitor provides several features to assist in efficient image acquisition, such as automatic magnification during focusing for clear split line observation. Magnification size options for the monitor enhance effective examination.
CX-1 features easy operation, workflow efficiency, and ergonomic design. During observation, adjust shooting modes for optimal exam combinations.
The control panel facilitates smooth procedural transitioning at the touch of a button. For additional usability choose the bundle control software.
A LCD monitor displays guides which automatically adjust for successful stereo images. Display, store and manage the images on the PC software.