The Canon CR-2 PLUS AF Digital Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera provides Color and Fundus Autofluorescence (FAF) imaging within a small compact design. Features include Auto-Fundus, Auto-Focus, Auto-Capture and Image Error Detection. Geographic Atrophy, Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Diabetic Retinopathy and other conditions that can affect vision may also be identified and monitored using FAF mode. Using invisible infrared alignment light, the digital non-mydriatic camera may image patients with pupils as small as 3.3 mm (small pupil mode) without dilation drops. This is especially useful when performing retinal screenings or expediting routine retinal imaging exams during office visits.
Auto-Focus with Manual Alignment Override
Automatically focuses the eye by partially depressing the joystick, or easily switches to manual focus with a twist of the focus ring.
Automatically captures the image once the eye is properly focused.
Automatically measures the volume of infrared light at the retina and adjusts the flash intensity.
Automatically switches from the external eye to retinal observation mode when the eye is properly aligned.
Image Error Detection
Advanced software automatically confirms both correct alignment and focus.
Provides increased image clarity by emphasizing the difference in ‘redness’ and ‘brightness’ of blood vessel structures relative to their surroundings.
High Resolution Images
The CR-2 AF provides ultra-high resolution, 20.2-megapixel, wide-angle views with excellent color, detail and contrast, making it easy for the diagnosis and detection of ocular conditions and diseases.
Digital Filter Processing
With digital red-free, digital cobalt mode, the CR-2 AF extracts each element from the color image. Additional filter view are available with imageSPECTRUM Image Management System software (sold separately).
Preview images directly on the dedicated EOS camera immediately after capture.
Low Flash Intensity
Low flash improves patient comfort and reduces miosis for a faster exam. The CR-2 AF supports a wide range of low ISO speeds, including ISO 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, and 6400.