Zeiss’ Clarus 700 offers seven micron resolution and ultrawidefield images in a variety of modalities, including true colour and fluorescein angiography. By using broad line fundus imaging technology, the Clarus 700 generates lid/lash-free, high resolution and natural colour images through the sequential illumination of broad-spectrum red, green and blue LEDs.
For diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, the Clarus 700 can document pathological indications such as the finest details at the foveal avascular zone and the smallest microaneurysms in the periphery. Combining ultra-widefield imaging with a variety of modalities from a single instrument, the Clarus 700 maximises clinical care, space and workflow efficiency in retinal practices.
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