See True 360° Views with Volk Optical’s new G6 Gonio at Academy 2010 San Francisco
Mentor, Ohio (October 11, 2010) – Volk Optical, the industry leader in aspheric optics, will be exhibiting at the American Academy of Optometry Annual Meeting, November17 through 19 at Moscone Convention Center (San Francisco, Calif.).
The newest lens on display at Volk’s booth, 429, is the G6 Gonio, a six mirror lens that delivers sweeping images of the anterior segment, without any gaps. No lens rotation is required; a full view can be seen by quickly scanning across the mirrors. Volk’s “nf” (no flange/no fluid) design does not require viscous interface solutions. For handling flexibility, the G-6 comes with a ring or a 2-in-1 handle for a straight or 45° angled grip.
Also featured will be Volk’s Digital Series lenses for both BIO and slit lamp use. Providing the highest resolution for noncontact imaging, the Digital family increases general diagnostic capabilities and shortens exam time. To upgrade 90D lens capabilities, Volk recommends the Digital Wide Field® with the widest, high resolution field of view imaging past the vortex. The Digital High Mag® improves on a 78D lens with true 3D views of the retina and disc. Volk has also improved its 20D lens offering with the Digital Clearfield for detailed mid and far peripheral retinal views.
Volk will also be showing its entire line of diagnostic ophthalmic lenses, equipment, and accessories. In addition to hands-on demonstrations, Volk will offer special show pricing and a free multi-lens case with purchase.