The latest in retinal imaging technology, the AFC-330 breaks new ground in fundus imaging technology with focus on capturing the perfect picture every time, regardless of operator experience or skill level. The AFC-330 sets a new standard in speed, automation, and accuracy - achieved with X-Y-Z auto alignment, auto image capture, auto stitch panoramic images, custom-field imaging, auto pairs, and external photography. Low flash intensity, whisper operation, and auto small pupil mode all facilitate capture. Internal PC and NAVIS-EX SW provide data management.
3D AutoAlign in X-Y-Z
Auto Image Capture
- Type Non-mydriatic Automated Fundus Camera
- Angle of view 45º (33º in small-pupil photography mode)
- Working distance 45.7mm (from objective lens to cornea)
- Minimum pupil diameter 4.0mm (3.3mm in small-pupil photography mode)
- Dioptric compensation -33 to +35 D total for patient’s eyes -33 to -7 D with minus dioptric lens -12 to +15 D with no dioptric lens +11 to +35 D with plus dioptric lens
- Focusing method Infrared focus split alignment Adjustable range: -12 to +15 D
- Light source For observation: Halogen lamp 12V 50W For photography: Xenon flash lamp 300W
- Flash intensity 17 levels from F1 (F4.0 +0.8 EV) to F17 (F16 +0.8 EV) 0.5 EV increments
- Internal fixation target LED (maximum 9 points)
- External fixation target Free-arm (optional)
- Horizontal movement 40mm (back and forth) 85mm (left and right)
- Vertical movement 32mm
- Chinrest movement 62mm (up and down, motorized)
- AutoTrack X-Y-Z direction
- Auto Capture Automatic image capture
- Camera Built-in 12 megapixel CCD camera
- Display Tiltable 8.4-inch color LCD touchscreen
- Interface LAN, USB 2.0
- Power Supply AC 100-240 V ±10%, 50 / 60 Hz
- Power Consumption 150 VA
- Dimensions Mass 316mm (W) x 518mm (D) x 579mm (H) 29 kg 12.4” (W) x 20.4” (D) x 22.8” (H)
- Weight 64 lbs
We were looking for a camera that obtained quality images and was easy to use. The new camera has done that for us. It was very easy for everyone in the office to learn how to use the device, and it takes quality images quickly and efficiently. Everyone should be able to take good images regardless of experience. Just line up the camera and let it do what it was designed to do. When fully automated, the camera won’t take an image if it detects a patient blinking.
The AFC-330 has become one of the most important pieces of equipment in my practice. It is something I don't know how I have practiced without. The speed, true automation and minimal reliance on a technician to perform internal, and even external photos, makes the AFC-330 retinal camera the perfect fit for my busy practice. The included Navis-EX software integrates with our EHR software which makes taking, analyzing, storing and retrieving images as simple as possible. The sales and support staff at Marco are stellar. I highly recommend the Marco AFC-330.
With our old camera, it was challenging and more time-consuming to obtain quality images. There were times that I had to assist the staff with capturing images or retaking a series of images from the beginning. The AFC-330 is certainly faster in obtaining the pictures we need. I also think the integrated software is a really nice way to communicate with patients and show them the results.
"The beauty of the Marco AFC330 Fundus Camera lies in its ability to automatically focus and acquire a perfect fundus photo in normally one take. Then, using the Nidek Navis EX software, the images can just as easily and efficiently be displayed for review and documentation."
The AFC-330 has been the easiest clinical addition I’ve made to the practice. I actually unboxed it and trained the staff myself before the trainer got there. It’s that easy to use. And my staff loves it because it’s so quick and so much easier to use than the old camera. We actually take a screening photo now as part of our pre-test. It provides me with a baseline to compare against in the future, and it has a side benefit of giving patients that ‘wow factor’ when they see it.