Fully Automated Non-Mydriatic
Retinal Camera

NFC-700 | Automatic Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera

 

Fully Automatic Image Capture

With automatic 3D tracking and focusing, the retinal images can be captured by a single tap. The full-auto-shot function shortens exam time, which not only simplifies the examination process for doctors and nurses but also reduces the discomfort or strains for patients.

 

All-in-one with Built-in Computer

NFC-700 is equipped with Windows 10 OS computer. Users are able to view, edit, and record all the information via NFC-700 without the need to connect to other external devices.

 

Large 10.1” Touch Screen

The large 10.1” touch screen makes it easier for users to operate. Also, image details could be seen and checked more directly and precisely through a large screen. The touch panel is easy to control. Simply zoom in and zoom out to see the high-quality images with two fingers.

 

Enhanced Connectivity

Users are able to store, retrieve, archive, and share digital images by USB drives or LAN. NFC-700 is also DICOM compliant, making it easy to integrate with PACS program. Users can transfer, print out or share retinal information through Ethernet, HDMI or USB.

 

User-friendly Interface

The user-friendly interface design makes it simple and easy for anyone to operate. The instructions and icons are clear and straightforward. There are also more than 10 built-in languages for users to select.

 

 

High Quality Retinal Image

Ten internal fixation targets are selectable. The disc, fovea, macular, or other peripheral retina areas can be captured by selecting the specified fixation. With a high resolution of 12 million pixels, NFC-700 captures and generates high-quality retinal images. It provides retinal diagnostic staff and AI systems with more precise and helpful information, which increases diagnostic accuracy and efficiency. The image can be enlarged to see tiny details. Users can also change colors or apply photo effects to the image for different purposes.

 

Selectable Fixation Targets and Montage

Ten internal fixation targets are selectable. The disc, fovea, macular, or other peripheral retina areas can be captured by selecting the specified fixation.