EyePhotoDoc Fundus Camera

 A complete new approach to Fundus exams.

We eliminate the handheld  slit lamp's  unreliable 5 degree view, by using an all-inclusive photo of the posterior pole.  

The fundus findings are uploaded directly into your EHR!


Insurances reimburse for Fundus photos

 Use it everyday to document:

  • High risk diabetics
  • Macular degenerative changes
  • Optic nerve cupping
  • Most retinal pathology

While the old 5 degree slit view visualizes detail the bright light washes out contrast and misses important findings such as early retinal pigment epithelial changes, drusen, and retinal folds. 

The camera records 45 degrees of the posterior pole for diagnostic examination and precise size and location of findings. 

Photo enhancement as used in outer space exploration can now be used to examine the inner eye and it's detail. These apps are on the apple products. 

Medicine evolves

 The problem now becomes how to examine and record retinal findings into our EHR. For decades we have been examining  the fundus with a 78 diopter slit lamp lens. We peer through a narrow 5 degree slit and tilt the lens to avoid reflections while the intense light dazzles the patient.   If the patient loses fixation we become unsure where we are observing because the image is upside down and backward. As a doctor, you ask yourself "did I see everthing? I hope I did." 


We have taken fundus examinations to a new level.  Using 21st century technology we have developed an easy to use and inexpensive Fundus ExamCam™ establishing a new reality in retinal exams. The retina can be easily examined and findings can be uploaded into the medical record.  No more sketches and nonprecise descriptions, instead detailed photos which are so necessary for future follow up. 

 In addition we have 21 century image enhancement where  photos taken in cloudy media can be sharpened!  The retinal image can be filtered to accentuate pathology such as choroidal atrophy and drusen.  

ExamCam™ advantages for patient care

  • 45 degree fundus photos
  • Very easy to take fundus photos on your slit lamp
  • Fundus photos can go into your EHR
  • Fundus photos improve patient engagement
  • Fundus images are HiRes
  • HiRes fundus videos so no photo stitching necessary
  • Fundus photos in low light

  • Digital enhancements of fundus photos through cloudy media and accentuate pathology

Tech using ExamCam™

 Improves work flow and practice revenues

Taking a photo contemporaneously with the exam improves care. The staff can take photos when the patient is in the exam room after dilation since the camera is easily moved. They are ready before the medical exam. 

  1.  Techs find it easier to use than the Goldman tonometer or the OCT machine. They feel engaged in patient care and if pathology is present it is billable.   

  1. Your exam begins with a photo allowing you to center in on pathology. Since there is no more "chasing  non-fixing  watery eye" the process speeds up the exam! 

            EyePhotoDoc™ i-Fundus™ Camera

The EyePhotoDoc™ and i-Fundus™ Camera was designed to take posterior segments with the your iPhone/iPad.

Or drop the Fundus adapter into the slit lamp carriage for precise control and outstanding stability for taking outstanding pictures.

1) Haag-Streit BM or clones
2) Haag-Streit BQ/BP
3) Topcon, Marco, or Zeiss

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Eyephotodoc™ and i-Fundus Camera for iPhone
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The EyePhotoDoc and i-Fundus Camera for iPhone 6 and 7 series

The 7plus telephoto lens is highly recommended!
Documents common retinal problems:
  • glaucomatous optic nerve damage
  • macular degeneration
  • diabetic retinopathy     

The Fundus camera requires either past experience in Fundus photography or practice to get excellent photos. We now include a practice eye for you and your staff.  

Visit www.iphonefunduscamera.com for more information about i-Fundus Camera!

Samsung phone for Retinal ExamCam™

 Available for the S8 Samsung Phone

 Low light level Retinal exams increase patient comfort and your ability to get a thorough exam. We use it on almost every patient and when we find pathology we turn up the light and take an excellent picture which we send to our EHR.