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    Canon CR-DGi Non Mydriatic Digital Retinal Fundus Camera With Computer

    This is a really nice Canon CR-DGi Non Mydriatic Digital Retinal Fundus Camera which comes complete with a PC loaded with Synemed Eyescape Network Edition Software. This instrument was gently used and kept in excellent shape. Comes with a Canon 30D digital camera back which most only come with a 10D.

    Call Chris@ 925-250-7330

    CR-DGI Digital Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera

    Quick Access to Images
    • Images taken can be immediately accessed
    • Images produced are ideal for diverse applications including telemedicine, PC-based video conference, electronic filing, and remote storage.

    Easy Alignment & Focusing
    • Simple preparation for image capture

    Fixation Target
    • Eye fixation is simplified by user-friendly internal fixation target

    Reduced Illumination
    • Small amount of light needed to capture clear images

    Specifications:

    Type: Non-mydriatic type

    Angle of view: 45 degrees

    Operation distance: 45mm from the front of objective lens

    Minimum pupil diameter: 4mm

    Image size: Ψ 17mm on the sensor

    Attachable digital camera: Canon EOS Digital

    Sensor resolution: 8.3 megapixels with Canon EOS 30D
    (Resolution depends on model of attached camera)

    Patient's diopter compensation range:
    *Without compensation lens: -12 to +15D
    *With "-" compensation lens: -7 to -33D
    *With "+" compensation lens: +11 to +35D

    Working distance adjustment:
    *Outer eye display: split pupil alignment
    *Retinal display: working distance dots

    Fixation target: Dot matrix

    Light source:
    *Observation: halogen lamp, 12V / 50W
    *Recording: strobe tube, max. 300W

    Built-in monitor 5-inch monochrome TV monitor

    Data output RS422

    Power supply:
    110 - 120V AC, 60Hz
    220 - 240V AC, 50 / 60Hz

    Dimensions (W x L x H): 324 x 496 x 590mm (12.8 x 19.5 x 23.2in.)

    Weight: Approx. 23kg (50.6lbs.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoroptor_tech View Post
    This is a really nice Canon CR-DGi Non Mydriatic Digital Retinal Fundus Camera which comes complete with a PC loaded with Synemed Eyescape Network Edition Software. This instrument was gently used and kept in excellent shape. Comes with a Canon 30D digital camera back which most only come with a 10D.

    Call Chris@ 925-250-7330

    CR-DGI Digital Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera

    Quick Access to Images
    • Images taken can be immediately accessed
    • Images produced are ideal for diverse applications including telemedicine, PC-based video conference, electronic filing, and remote storage.

    Easy Alignment & Focusing
    • Simple preparation for image capture

    Fixation Target
    • Eye fixation is simplified by user-friendly internal fixation target

    Reduced Illumination
    • Small amount of light needed to capture clear images

    Specifications:

    Type: Non-mydriatic type

    Angle of view: 45 degrees

    Operation distance: 45mm from the front of objective lens

    Minimum pupil diameter: 4mm

    Image size: Ψ 17mm on the sensor

    Attachable digital camera: Canon EOS Digital

    Sensor resolution: 8.3 megapixels with Canon EOS 30D
    (Resolution depends on model of attached camera)

    Patient's diopter compensation range:
    *Without compensation lens: -12 to +15D
    *With "-" compensation lens: -7 to -33D
    *With "+" compensation lens: +11 to +35D

    Working distance adjustment:
    *Outer eye display: split pupil alignment
    *Retinal display: working distance dots

    Fixation target: Dot matrix

    Light source:
    *Observation: halogen lamp, 12V / 50W
    *Recording: strobe tube, max. 300W

    Built-in monitor 5-inch monochrome TV monitor

    Data output RS422

    Power supply:
    110 - 120V AC, 60Hz
    220 - 240V AC, 50 / 60Hz

    Dimensions (W x L x H): 324 x 496 x 590mm (12.8 x 19.5 x 23.2in.)

    Weight: Approx. 23kg (50.6lbs.)

    Click image for larger version. 

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