Fast Combined HD OCT & Colour Fundus with NEW Denoising Software, Retina Map Scan & Optional OCT A.
High speed image capture
OCT images are captured at scan speeds of 70,000 A-scans/s which is 32% faster than acquisition with the Retina Scan Duo™ using Regular OCT sensitivity*
*Regular OCT sensitivity is used to capture images at high speed, and Ultra fine and Fine OCT sensitivity can be used to capture high definition images.
Wide area scan (12 x 9 mm)
Wide area normative database (macula: 9 x 9 mm, disc: 6 x 6 mm)
A 12 x 9 mm wide area image can be acquired. The retina map captures both the macula and disc in a single shot. The normative database provides a wide area color-coded map comparing the patient’s macular thickness to a population of normal eyes.
Denoising using deep learning
A new image enhancement technique using deep learning automatically displays a denoised image once B-scan acquisition is complete. With deep learning of a large data set of images averaged from 120 images, this denoising technique provides high definition images comparable to a multiple-image-averaging technique. The denoising function generates high definition images from a single frame while decreasing image acquisition time and increasing patient comfort.
The image enhancement function allows adjustment of image brightness for advanced image quality and details.
Multiple OCT scan patterns
A wide range of scanning patterns allows selection of scans that suit the retinal region and ocular pathology.
12-megapixel CCD camera
The Retina Scan Duo™ 2 includes a built-in 12-megapixel CCD camera, producing high quality fundus images with a 45° angle of view.
Stereo and panorama photography
The Retina Scan Duo™ 2 navigates stereo and panorama photography with target marks displayed on an observation screen, which enables the operator to easily capture stereo images and a panorama composition.
Fundus autofluorescence (FAF) *2
The FAF function is an advanced screening feature that allows non-invasive evaluation of the RPE without contrast dye. FAF is naturally emitted due to the presence of a substance called lipofuscin in the RPE cells. When stimulated with a specific wavelength of light, lipofuscin fluoresces and its distribution can be mapped.