Truly Portable Imager Produces Still and Video Images of the Eye

Volk’s lightweight Pictor digital imager delivers internal retinal and external corneal views
Mentor, Ohio (June 16, 2011) – For convenient ocular imaging in any setting, Volk Optical’s new truly portable Pictor digital device enables ophthalmic imaging not possible with traditional fixed systems.  The Pictor delivers high resolution images of the retinal and external eye structures in office, on non-ambulatory patient visits, at off-site clinics and for pediatric patient exams difficult to conduct on a fixed system.

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The extremely compact Pictor weighs in at just one pound, and fits easily with its accessories into a small briefcase.  Its high quality jpeg images, easily uploaded to computer, are compatible with most major imaging software programs and adaptable to any patient database system.  The files can be used for patient records, or shared for remote diagnosis and consultation. 

Ideal for retinal and external imaging and associated interpretation, Pictor’s low system price results in a short payback period. Two modules are included with the Pictor. The Retinal module provides a 45 degree field of view of the fundus. It is a non-mydriatic imaging method for use with pupils as small as 3mm. The Anterior module is used for imaging surface parts of the eye and has a series of cobalt blue LEDs for fluorescent imaging.

10 Responses to “Truly Portable Imager Produces Still and Video Images of the Eye”

  1. dr r k ditto says:

    what is the projected cost of this product?

  2. Lisa Wallner says:

    Hello Dr. Ditto,
    I’ve forwarded your inquiry to the sales team. They will be in touch shortly.

  3. Dr P says:

    I would also like to know its cost?

  4. Lisa Wallner says:

    Hello Dr. P,
    I’ve forwarded your inquiry to the sales team. They will be in touch shortly.

  5. r kaiser says:

    Is the Pictor unit FDA approved yet for use in the USA?
    What image filing systems does it work with?
    How does it connect to an EMr or EHR?
    Cost?

  6. Lisa Wallner says:

    Hello,
    I’ve forwarded your inquiry to the sales team. They will be in touch shortly.

  7. Filipe says:

    Wondering what’s the price ??
    and something about resolution of the pictures ??

  8. Lisa Wallner says:

    Hello Filipe,
    I’ve forwarded your inquiry to the sales team. They will be in touch shortly.

  9. Tim Warrell says:

    The price is $11,900 with one module (eg. retinal or anterior) and $13,900 with two modules.

    It produces high resolution jpeg images – the camera is a 5 Megapixel camera.

  10. What would be the process for ordering this equipment and what is the price?

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