Optos Daytona Ultra-widefield Retinal Imaging Device

Optos Daytona is the original “next generation” ultra-widefield retinal imaging device from Optos. With its small footprint and reasonable price point, Daytona enables budget-conscious optometrists to provide wellness exams and patient education. Imaging modalities and image viewing options are detailed below.

The Optos Daytona is a scanning retinal imaging instrument that is able to take ultra-wide images of a patient’s retina. Typically the size of the pupil will limit any imaging system or camera from seeing many parts of the retina.

Most cameras that image the retina without pupil dilation can image about 60 degrees. The Optos Daytona is able to show roughly 270 degrees of a patient’s retina without the use of dilating drops. Most cameras can capture an area of the retina known as the posterior pole (that include the macula and optic nerve head), but it is only with the Daytona imaging system that we are able to see much more of the peripheral retina.

Technical Specifications
Optomap color and optomap plus (red and green laser): Color composite view, Green/Red laser view.
Optomap color: 20 μm
Optomap plus: 14 μm
Red laser: 635 nm
Green laser: 532 nm
Exposure time: Less than 0.4 seconds

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