Canon CX-1 Hybrid Digital Mydriatic/Non-Mydriatic (MYD/NM) Retinal Camera
The CX-1 Digital Retinal Camera offers digital mydriatic (Myd) and non-mydriatic (Non-Myd) imaging capabilities, functions, and photography modes—including one-shot FAF photography—via dedicated, onboard SLR technology. And all this comes in one, easy-to-use system.
Mydriatic and Non-Mydriatic Hybrid Digital Retinal Camera
Sleek and compact
Simple to operate
Five photography modes (Color, FA, Red-free, Cobalt, FAF)
One-shot FAF for Mydriatic and Non-Mydriatic
Advanced stereo guide photography system
EOS camera technology for unsurpassed Canon imaging
TWO TECHNOLOGIES, ONE SYSTEM
The CX-1 Digital Retinal Camera is a fully digital, hybrid retinal camera system with mydriatic and non-mydriatic modes. High-quality diagnostic image capturing is easier and more efficient than ever. With simple, push-button operation, you can change modes and adjust functions to deliver comfortable procedures to the patient for concurrent eye examinations.
UNPRECEDENTED OPERATION AND FUNCTIONALITY Never before have so many convenient retinal imaging technologies appeared in such a sleek and compact system. Here are a few of the retinal imaging features and impressive capabilities of the CX-1.
A Canon “first!” With one touch, you can switch between mydriatic and non-mydriatic imaging modes. A single push
of the “Myd/Non-Myd” button initiates the automatic adjustment of the inner mechanisms. This allows the
operator to effortlessly use different functions within seconds and perform several concurrent ocular tests.
Superior Image Quality
High-precision Canon optics achieve retinal imaging of the highest quality. Wide angles of view for both Myd and Non-Myd observation are exceptionally clear with higher resolution, even when magnified to double the original size using “2x Mode.”
Intelligent Monitor Assistance
The onboard EOS camera’s LCD monitor provides several features to assist in efficient image acquisition such as automatic magnification during focusing for clear, split-line observation. And magnification size options for the monitor enhance effective examination.