Non-Mydriatic Retinal Camera
  • Small Pupil φ2.0mm or more1
  • Less Intraocular Scattering on Cataract Eyes

Cataract eye, pupil size: 2.0mm
Courtesy: Silicon Valley Eyecare Optometry and Contact Lenses in Santa Clara, CA.

Sharp-Quality Imaging
With Enhanced Capability

  • Small Pupil
    Photography with
    φ2.0mm or More1

  • Enhanced
    Quality 12MP
    Image Sensor2,3

  • Rapid and Fully-Automatic
    Capture by Single Touch

  • Rotating Monitor Allows
    Operator to Optimise
    Distance From Patients

  • Small Footprint,

  • Wide Variety of
    Connectivity Option4

New Slit Scan Photography

Innovative slit scan illumination and rolling shutter mechanism available in the NW500
make obtaining an excellent quality colour fundus image with less flare and less shadow possible.2
The slit scan mechanism helps to overcome one of the known causes of poorly graded images
in its ability to effectively image smaller pupils. This innovative technology
also contributes to the NW500’s ability to capture sharp-quality fundus images
regardless of the miosis and lighting conditions, unlike conventional fundus cameras.

Want to experience how NW500 enrich your practices with its excellent quality fundus images?

Excellent Quality Fundus Image

At an angle of view of 50 degrees (approx. 74.9 degrees at the spherical center of the eye)5,
the NW500 can capture a wider area than conventional models.
Capable of capturing fundus images with a pupil diameter as small as 2.0mm,
it provides sharp, detailed color fundus images in dark and brightly lit rooms.6

Courtesy: Tsukazaki Hospital、Japan

Panoramic Wide Field Photography7

In peripheral photography mode, up to 9 internal fixation positions
are available to shoot peripheral areas, making it possible
to create a wide panorama image with approx. 90 degrees angle of view.

Bilateral 2-field Photography

After capturing the optic nerve head, the fixation target automatically moves
to the macula position and captures continuously.
The NW500 allows users to confidently and smoothly shoot fundus photography
at different fixation positions without the need for intermediate previews.

Ease of Use

Alignment, Focusing, Shooting and movement between the right and left eye
are operated automatically with a single touch, making the NW500 easy to operate8.
The need to recapture is reduced even when taking pictures of eyes with small pupils,
contributing to the overall efficiency of the fundus photography workflow.

Case Images

  • Glaucoma

    Courtesy:Tsukazaki Hospital, Japan.

  • Diabetic Retinopathy

    Courtesy:Tsukazaki Hospital, Japan.

  • Retinal Hemorrhage

    Courtesy:Tsukazaki Hospital, Japan.

  • AMD, RPE Pigment changes

    Courtesy:Silicon Valley Eyecare Optometry and Contact Lenses in Santa Clara, CA.

  • Cataract, Peripheral Drusen

    Courtesy:Silicon Valley Eyecare Optometry and Contact Lenses in Santa Clara, CA.

  • NW500 User interview | Dr. Hanemoto (Hanemoto Eye Clinic, Japan) | Topcon Healthcare

    Dr. Hanemoto
    By scanning using slit light, a lot of information can be obtained that gives a sense of pathology.
  • NW500 User interview | Dr. Hanemoto (Hanemoto Eye Clinic, Japan) | Topcon Healthcare

    Orthoptist in Hanemoto Eye clinic
    It seemed that it can photograph eyes with small pupils relatively well.

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  1. Confirmed with model eye
  2. As compared to Topcon non-mydriatic retinal camera TRC-NW400
  3. Actual image size is 7.1MP
  4. Multiple connection with Direct DICOM, Ez Capture, IMAGEnet®6, Shared folder nad Direct Storage(USB/LAN)
  5. Xincheng Yao, Devrim Toslak, Taeyoon Son, Jiechao Ma. Understanding the relationship between visual-angle and eye-angle for reliable determination of the field-of-view in ultra-wide field fundus photography. Biomedical Optics Express, 2021 Sep 30;12(10):6651-6659.
  6. A room with a brightness of 623 lux or less
  7. IMAGEnet®6 is requirend to generate panoramic images.
  8. In case auto-shoot setting is turned on.