KOWA 2D/3D Non-Mydriatic WX Retinal Camera Analysis System
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KOWA 2D/3D Non-Mydriatic WX Retinal Camera Analysis System

SKU: KOWA-900 Category: Tags: ,

A new concept retinal camera with “SSP” – Simultaneous Stereoscopic Photography.

Three photography modes to choose from: Normal, SP (Small Pupil), and Stereo.


2D – Normal – Field angle:45°

Kowa’s exclusive optical design in combination with the 12 megapixel digital SLR camera delivers extremely detailed retinal images. The integrated 9-points internal fixation system allows for mosaic photography covering a large retinal area.


2D – Small Pupil – Field angle:45°

Retinal images can be taken even with smaller pupils. On screen guides indicate if the pupil size is within the sufficient range (above 3.5mm) for photography. (Some eyes may cause a flare around their circumference.)


3D – Stereo Field angle:34°(20°×27°)

  • Photography
  • Instant and simultaneous 3D photography is possible in 1-shot.
  • Stereoscopic images are captured without image/parallax shifts.


Retinal observation on 3D images
The shape of the optic cup and disc can be viewed in a 3D image. Switch between the parallel and cross viewing methods with 1-click when viewed on a 2D monitor.

The 3D image analysis of optic disc strongly supports glaucoma diagnosis.