Ophthalmic Device Digital Fundus Camera Opthalmoscope With Diopter of -20~+20D Video Resolution of 1280 X 960
BS4 Upgraded Non-Mydriatic Digital Handheld Fundus Camera offers high image quality with ISO 10940 fulfillment.
5MP (2592*1944 pixels) and 45 degree FOV of fundus image are captured to provide more details.
Used in 7 internal fixation targets for macula center, disk center and peripheral image.
BS4 Upgraded provides both auto-focus and power-focus function to facilitate image capturing.
Touch LCD Screen and Wi-Fi compatibility are also equipped .
With a special slit lamp jig, BS4 Upgraded can be mounted with slit lamp for desktop application.
||Search Fundus Lighting
||natural white / infrared LED
||2560 X 1920 pixels
||1280 X 960 pixels
||3.5" full color TFT-LCD Touch Panel
||JPEG (Image) / H.264 (Video)
||Mini USB, AV out port
||Mini USB Port to PC
||Dynamic video output
||AV output / USB
||Supports 2G to 32G
Rechargeable Lithium Battery
||Power 100~240VAC 50/60Hz
||2~4.5 hours (Depend on optical lens used)
||Operang time standby mode
BS4 Upgraded, the Digital Handheld Fundus Camera is currently the only portable fundus camera that delivers
45 degree FOV and true 5MP (2592*1944 pixels) of fundus images for health care professionals at all locations
including hospitals, clinics, health screening centers and mobile medical stations.
In addition to excellent image quality that offers more details, the non-mydriatic operation, auto-focus function
and Wi-Fi compatibility of BS4 Upgraded provide not only convenience, but also efficiency for multiple healthcare practices.
The light and compact design of BS4 Upgraded makes screening and documentation of retinal conditions
like AMD, Glaucoma and Diabetic Retinopathy easier than ever before. As a simple to use Digital Handheld Fundus Camera,
BS4 Upgraded enables cost-effective fundus image capture, and is ideal for early diagnosis, telemedicine, mobile care
and outreach activities.
It’s said that a picture is worth a thousand words in the physician’s notes.
The pictures taken by fundus camera are visual records which document the appearance of a patient’s retina.
The physician can check a patient’s retina, identify retinal changes on follow-up, or consult a patient ’s retinal findings
with other professionals. Therefore, the quality of fundus image plays a very crucial role during diagnostic process.
Through the scope