Optos Daytona Retinal Imaging Device Launched In USA

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Optical instrument manufacturer Optos have unveiled their brand new retinal imaging device, the Daytona, at the American Academy of Optometry ahead of its 2012 release. The desktop device designed by Dunfermline based Optos plc offers ultra-widefield imaging in an ultra-compact form. Along with a space saving design, the aesthetically pleasing unit will also come in a range of colours to compliment any practice.

The launch of the new Optos Daytona comes along at the same time that the Scottish firm announce 25% growth for the full year of trading following what has been descibed as 'strong sales' during quarter 4. The installed customer base of imaging products by the manufacturer also saw a rise of 8% in the year, an increase of 5% over the previous trading years growth. The companies strong performance levels are expected to continue and grow with the launch of this slim lined device in 2012.

The new Optos Daytona ultra-widefield retinal imaging device encorporates the latest in technology while also offer a small form factor. Key features include:

  • VirtualPoint technology for 200 degree view of the retina in one panoramic image.
  • Sharper image quality and simpler software interface.
  • Ergonomically designed to encourage a neutral body posture and simple positioning of the eye.
  • Specifications of just 18"W x 20"D

Increases in performance in comparison to previous Optos products such as the P200 and 200Dx see most notably:

  • Desktop model over free standing
  • High resolution images, and optional auto-flourescense image types
  • Automatic iris detection
  • Workflow based software