The BQ 900 is equipped by default with a Galilean Microscope providing a magnification range from 6.3 × up to 40 × selectable in 5 fixed steps. The high light transmission and the optical excellence ensure a superb clinical view. The large diameter of the exit pupils allows fatigue-free examination even on long working days.
By reducing the angle of stereoscopic observation, the stereo variator facilitates the examination of the fundus, peripheral parts of the retina and the vitreous, even under unfavourable conditions such as high myopia and small pupils. The reduction of the angle enlarges the stereoscopic field of view, maintaining depth information in the stereoscopic observation.
Intuitive imaging – best results
Since electronic documentation and patient education are on the rise, every eye care professional has the need for imaging. As the leader in slit lamp imaging, Haag-Streit is meeting this need with the introduction of two new imaging systems – the IM 600, a more basic, and the new IM 900, a very sophisticated version. With both solutions Haag-Streit sets new standards in digital slit lamp imaging.
IM 900 – outstanding image quality
Equipped with an ultra-sensitive camera, the IM 900 produces images of exceptional quality even under difficult light conditions. Thanks to this sensitivity patient comfort is improved significantly as it is easily possible to record findings without excessively dazzling the patient. Like any professional camera, the IM 900 is equipped with depth of field control, which allows to adjust the camera ideally, regardless of the location of the pathology.
Instant Fundus Imaging on the Slit lamp
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.
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