Photonics Dictionary

retina camera

A special-purpose camera used by ophthalmologists to photograph the retina of the eye. The optical system operates through the eye pupil, and the illuminant must be able to send light into the eye through the same pupil without producing reflections that would merely fog the film. The camera sometimes is referred to as a photographic ophthalmoscope.
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