Volk Pictor Plus
  • Description
  • The Pictor Plus portable ophthalmic camera is a lightweight non-mydriatic camera you can take from the exam room to on-location screenings, nursing home calls and everywhere in between. The Pictor Plus will shoot detailed high resolution images in daylight or darkness.

    It is offered with three possible imaging modules:

    Retinal Module

    Enables non-mydriatic fundus examination with a 40º field of view. With digital still and video images, the appearance of optic disc, macula and retinal vasculature can be screened and documented for ocular lesions and anomalies.

    Anterior Module

    Provides high resolution digital image data of the surface of the eye and areas directly surrounding the eye. The cobalt blue LED light allows fluorescent imaging to detect a dry eye or any cuts or rashes on the surface of the eye.

    Fluorescein Angiography (FA) Module

    Used to help detect retinal or choroidal vascular diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, AMD, vascular occlusions and hypertensive retinopathy.

    Volk website for more information on Pictor Plus: https://volk.com/index.php/volk-products/ophthalmic-cameras/volk-pictor-plus-digital-ophthalmic-imager.html


  • Key Features
    • Retinal, anterior, fluorescein angiography (FA), otoscopic and dermatoscopic imaging modules
    • Accurate and silent Autofocus and Autoshoot
    • Digital still images and video (JPEG, MPEG-4 / MPEG-1)
    • High resolution 2.4” TFT-LCD display
    • 5 Megapixel image sensor
    • 4 GB SD memory card
    • LED technology
    • Easy image transfer and sharing via WiFi or USB port
    • Cradle for charging, docking, and image transfer
    • Power supply: Rechargeable Ni-MH Battery
    • Dimensions: 82.30 (w) x 166.50 (h) x 66.50 (d)mm
    • Weight: 0.9 lbs (400 g)
    • Aluminum carrying case


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