Low light Fundus photo using slow shutter speed and high ISO
Reduces patient discomfort from slit light!
During your current office exam of the retina the slit lamp's bright light causes the patient's eye to water, blink and lose fixation. The intense light often interfere with a thorough exam. In an important breakthrough, the iPhone Fundus camera™️ employs low light settings to examine the fundus in dim illumination.
The camera’s low light settings brighten the screen’s image allowing a thorough exam of the macula and periphery. We routinely use the camera instead of the 78 diopter lens for routine exams the Fundus. The Fundus camera’s fixation light is ideal to position the eye to view any area of concern.
When pathology is found, it is photographed and sent to the EHR.