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Article
June 1996

PRODUCTS & SERVICES

Arch Ophthalmol. 1996;114(6):783. doi:10.1001/archopht.1996.01100130775047

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Abstract

OPHTHALMIC INSTRUMENT  • Eye care professionals can now add a 28 diopter aspheric lens from Nikon to their binocular indirect ophthalmoscope for a greater field of view during eye exams. The new TruPowertm 28D has a wide 55° field with edge-to-edge clarity and provides sharp distortion-free images. The lens features Nikon's unique multilayer coating which greatly reduces light reflection. The uniform brightness of the lens allows for clearer, easier examination. The new 28D lens comes with its own storage container, Nikon's exclusive CleanCasetm, which has an unequaled anti-static padding to keep dust and dirt away from the lens. NIKON, INC., Ophthalmic Department, 1300 Walt Whitman Road, Melville, NY 11747; phone 1-800-52-NIKON, ext. P649.

CONTACT LENSES  • Topcon introduces new, high-precision contact lens, power profile mapping instrument. Utilizing state-of-the-art Hartman Wavefront technology, Topcon's new VC-2000 Visual Power Profile Mapper provides contact lens fitters with a new degree of precision

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