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Zeiss will showcase its digital solutions and technological updates at Optrafair, including the recently launched Clarus.

Business development manager at Zeiss, Claire Martin, told 07 that the Clarus is an ultra-widefield camera that "uses true colour and it has a very high resolution whether you are looking in the peripheral area or whether you are looking in the central optic nerve head area."

Zeiss said that the Clarus' high-resolution true colour feature allows practitioners to see tiny pathologies that cannot otherwise be seen.

Marketing and communications director at Zeiss, Peter Robertson, said: "Zeiss will once again be attending Optrafair with our colleagues from Meditec, demonstrating our streamlined approach and offers for practitioners."

www.zeiss.co.uk

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Title Annotation:Equipment
Publication:Optometry Today
Date:Apr 1, 2018
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