Haag-Streit introduces the Fundus Module 300

New Fundus Module 300 for instant fundus imaging on the slit lamp

Instant fundus imaging on the slit lamp - With the introduction of the Fundus Module 300 Haag-Streit complements its slit lamp imaging portfolio. This innovative accessory offers all users of current Haag-Streit slit lamps access to instant documentation of the retina.

The impressive simplicity of the Fundus Module 300 allows integration of non-mydriatic retina imaging as part of the regular slit lamp examination. This can improve practice workflow and save both clinical and patient time.


Taking the Fundus Module 300 from the cradle and putting it on the slit lamp takes only a few seconds. On the slit lamp it provides two states: a working position where it captures images of the fundus and a stand-by position where it allows normal use of the slit lamp.


The image quality of the Fundus Module 300 exceeds by far the conventional possibilities on slit lamps – it even stands up to comparison with full-blown screening fundus cameras! The ultra-compact optical system provides an image section of 40° allowing to capture important parts of the retina. With the nine internal fixation targets even peripheral imaging up to 70° x 52° is possible.

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Hangzhou, China
01.06.2017 - 03.06.2017
Booth 21 - 30

As always, the APACRS will bring together ophthalmologists and ophthalmic surgeons from all over the region, collaborating closely with experts from other parts of the world to serve the cataract and refractive surgery needs of over half the world’s population.