The DRS is a non-mydriatic fundus camera. A fully automated device, the DRS captures digital images of the central retina without pharmacological pupil dilation. Eye care providers use these images for screening of diabetic retinopathy.
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Benefits of the DRS:
  • Fully automated, requires minimal operator skill
  • Affordable price point
  • Fast routine procedure improves practice efficiency
  • Intuitive, software-guided operation 
  • Compact design; portable device
  • Web-connected: easy to transfer images to network and iPad for remote viewing
  • The DRS allows for large-scale screening programs, which is key in the prevention of diabetes-induced vision impairments that can lead to blindness.

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"'The DRS Camera from CenterVue ... is the new frontier of digital retinal imaging. it is a major advance for telemedicine that gives high quality images at a much reduced cost to the healthcare system."

"It is compact, fully automated and has a low power flash that helps ensure patients' comfort when they are examined."

Dr. Norman Radtke
MD, Louisville, KY
"Our staff loves our new camera, it saves them time and patients often comment on how automatic the process is. All the Doctors are very pleased with the quality of the retinal images and how easy it meshed into our current computer system. It has certainly been an improvement over our previous, much more expensive camera system"
Larry Fabian
OD, Saratoga, CA
"My feeling is that the DRS by CenterVue is a game changer"

"I would unconditionally recommend the DRS for screening purposes"

"It is very easy to integrate the DRS into a telemedicine system. I have tried it and it works seamlessly with our platform, eyepacs."
Jorge Cuadros
OD, PhD, Assistant Clinical Professor; Director of Clinical Infomatics Research, School of Optometry, UC Berkeley
"The CenterVue DRS camera has allowed us to monitor patients with ocular conditions such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy.
The photo documentation is an important component to providing the best quality of care and we enjoy showing our patients high resolution digital images of their retina.
The automation also makes the camera very easy to use. We believe the CenterVue DRS is a valuable piece of equipment for any optometry office."
Jonathan Reynon
OD, InView Eye Care, OD, PLLC
How it works
DRS in the new frontier of non-mydriatic, digital retinal imaging.
Thanks to its fully automated operation, DRS requires minimal operator training.
Its compact, ergonomic design and low power flash help ensure patient comfort.
DRS is conceived to maximize patients flow and it is entirely operated through its intuitive thouch-screen interface.
It supports single- or multi-field acquisition protocols, providing seven different, standardized, 45° fields. DRS senses the patient, self-aligns to the target eye, focuses the retina, adjusts level and captures the image in less than 30 seconds.


Key Features

  • Extreme ease of use: patient auto-sensing, auto-alignement, auto-focus
  • Auto flash adjustment, auto-capture
  • Compact & clean design
  • Short exam time: captures both eyes in 1' (single field)
  • High quality images
  • Minimal training required
  • No additional PC required
  • Touch-screen operation
  • Internet-native
Technical Specifications

Retinal Imaging

Field of view: 45° x 40°
Non mydriatic operation
(4.0 mm minimum pupil size)
Fixation target: 7 internal LEDs
Operating distance: 37 mm
Sensor size: 5 MPixel (2592x1944)
Sensor resolution: 48 pixels/deg


Weight: 19 Kg (42 lbs)
Size: 58 x 55 x 33 cm (23’ x 22’ x 13’)


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Other Features
Patient presence sensor
Motorized chin-rest
Automatic alignment using two pupil cameras
Auto-focus (adjustment range -15D to +15D)
Auto-flash level adjustment
Low power flash
10.4” touch-screen color display
Embedded PC (160 GB hard disk)
Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity
Export to remote folder (for import into EMR)
Multiple fields acquisition
Stereo Pair
External Eye

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Fundus Camera

What is a fundus camera?

A fundus camera or retinal camera is a specialized low power microscope with an attached camera designed for fundus photography, that is, creating a photograph of the interior surface of the eye.

Fundus cameras are used for fundus photography, which is used by optometrists, ophthalmologists, and trained medical professionals for monitoring progression of a disease, diagnosis of a disease, or in screening programs, where the photos can be analysed later.

Retinal Camera

What is a retinal camera?

Retinal camera provides for direct, enhanced view of the fundus, and even anterior segment of the eye can be photographed through with it. The camera is affixed to an indirect ophthalmoscope focused at taking picture of the fundus of the eye/the region of the eyeball, opposite the pupil; through the flip mirror/microscope - image focus, clarity of fundus image viewed/photographed is ensured.

Retinal photography is becoming a must in optometric practices. It is not only a tremendous practice builder, but essential in management of the glaucomas. Photographic documentation of diabetic retinopathy patients helps the doctor keep a data base of the progression of the disease, it's on going management and control.


What is a retinographer?

Retinography is a sophisticated means for identifying people by the pattern of blood vessels on the retina. The pattern is so complex that even identical twins do not have the same blood vessel configuration. Those who favor its use claim retinography has an error rate of only one in a million.

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