Fundus Camera with Fully Automatic, Intuitive Operation

“RetinaStation”

Oct. 9, 2019

Fundus Camera: “RetinaStation”

TOKYO - Nikon Corporation (Nikon) is pleased to announce the release of “RetinaStation”. The camera is able to capture high definition fundus images with full automation.

Overview of Release

Name of Item Fundus Camera: “RetinaStation”
Release Date From the start of October, 2019

This non-mydriatic fundus camera detects abnormal changes in the retina at the back of the eye, without the use of a mydriatic agent to open the pupil. The camera has been designed for use in ophthalmic and health diagnosis.

Diseases such as glaucoma, pigmentary degeneration of the retina, diabetic retinopathy, and age-related macular degeneration, are often the cause of sight loss. These conditions are becoming more common due to an aging society and changing lifestyles. The easy-to-operate fundus camera “RetinaStation”, released by Nikon for clinics and medical diagnosis facilities, has fully automatic intuitive functions which reduce the burden on both patients and medical personnel.

Our company aims to detect disease early by continuing to expand our product line, starting with “RetinaStation”. Our aim is to improve global Quality of Life (QOL) and work toward achieving a world without sight loss, so we contribute to early detection and early treatment of eye diseases while developing innovative products and utilizing AI to provide new technologies and solutions*.

Major Features

1. Capable of Intuitive Operation with Full Auto

When Full Auto is engaged or the Alignment mode function is used, all actions, including alignment, focusing and shooting, are performed automatically. Intuitive operation is possible through the use of the large 10.1-inch touch panel.

2. Images in High Resolution

Fundus details are reproduced in high resolution with 12 million pixels, thus enabling better diagnosis.
An image, exceeding 75-degrees is easily produced with image stitching through the use of the montage function.

3. Saving Space through Compact Housing

The compact table-top device can be placed in many areas (in a practice). Since it has an integrated PC , the same unit is used to capture and edit images, which are displayed on the LCD monitor instantly. This workflow helps to save examination time.

Major Specifications

Function Value/ Type Remarks
Fundus Image Non-mydriatic, Color Image
Field of view >=45 degrees
Minimum pupil size 4 mm
Image sensor CMOS 12 megapixels
Alignment mode Full Auto / Semi Auto / Activate manual mode assist Full Auto: automatically adjusts eye position and switches to the other eye Semi Auto: automatically adjusts eye position, but target eye should be manually switched by user
Activate manual mode assist: user both manually adjusts eye position and switches to the other eye
Display 10.1” LCD Monitor, touch Panel
Dimensions Depth: 495 mm
Width: 288 mm
Height: 495 mm

The information is current as of the date of publication. It is subject to change without notice.