Ophthalmos Research and Educational Institute

Clarous 500 Zeiss


CLARUS captures accurate and clear pictures from the macula to the far periphery. Early indications of a disorder may frequently be subtle and difficult to determine through direct monitoring or low-resolution fundus imaging. Leveraging ZEISS optics, CLARUS 500 is an ultra-widefield retinal camera that captures a high-resolution image down to 7 microns. The system generates exceptional images in true color that closely resemble the color of the retina, as seen through direct observation during clinical evaluation. With the wide field fundus image early disease can be identified and treated before clinically significant vision is lost. This is highly important for Diabetic patients who need regular examinations which can be done without dilating the pupils.