Fundus camera

The fundus camera is a digital direct ophthalmoscope, which means that the images taken with it are displayed on a computer monitor, so the captured images can be recorded and preserved.


With the help of the fundus camera, we can examine both the first segment of the eye and the condition of the retina (the fundus) similar to manual ophthalmoscopes.  As the images taken with the fundus camera are saved, repeated eye examinations can be used to track the healing process and what new lesions have appeared in the dog’s eyes.  Images can be viewed at any time after they are captured, so we don’t have to rely on our memory to see what we last saw, because we can look at previous recordings.