The Proveo 8 ophthalmic microscope provides the exact image you need at each moment of your procedure. Like a precision timepiece every element of the Proveo 8 microscope interconnects and works in perfect synchrony to optimize your view.
Don’t waste time re-adjusting your microscope during anterior or posterior surgery – work interruption-free with the Proveo 8.
See more detail without refocusing thanks to FusionOptics technology
Benefit from constant red reflex with CoAx 4 illumination
Just one foot-tap optimizes your view during each surgery phase thanks to pre-programmed settings plus a host of other workflow features
Make better informed decisions, fast by extending your microscope with digital guidance and imaging technologies
Leica M844 F40 / F20
The Leica M844 F40 belongs to the premium class of ophthalmic surgical microscopes and offers optimal solutions particularly for posterior and high-end anterior segment surgery.
Combined with the Leica M844 APO OptiChrome™ optics and direct halogen illumination
Features QuadZoom™ technology, the Double Wing Assistant Bridge, and HD recording – exclusively available from Leica Microsystems
Ideal microscope for Teaching Institutes University Hospitals
Red Reflex Surgical Microscope
Leica M822 F40 / F20
The Leica M822 surgical microscope, with enhanced Red Reflex, meets the highest professional requirements of ophthalmic surgeons to perform cataract surgery more precisely and efficiently.
Unique illumination solution combining LED and halogenfor brilliant, stable Red Reflex
Ergonomic design for intuitive control of the system and comfortable working position
High-definition video to share and discuss cases
Open architecture for easy integration of vitreoretinal accessories
Interchangeable floor stands F40 or F20 for upgradability
Leica M620 F20
The Leica M620 F20 – an ophthalmic surgical microscope with its crisp, sharp OptiChrome™ optics gives the surgeon natural color, outstanding depth-of-focus and higher contrast for maximum detail recognition.
Direct halogen illumination system allows the surgeon homogeneous illumination to see crisp images even at low light levels, and provides a stable red reflex
The jalousie, operated in sterile conditions, optimizes this reflex by generating the perfect illumination with optimum contrast and depth-of-field