NIDEK Specular Microscope


Multi Area Specular Microscopy

The combination of central, paracentral, and peripheral imaging is available.

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Built-In Touch Screen

Large Tiltable LCD screen for superior viewing angle and operational position options.

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Built-In Printer

The built-in printer provides an instant printout of the analyzed data and images of the endothelial cells.

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Patient Comfort

The 3-D auto tracking and auto shot, provides ease of use, allowing faster and more accurate measurement.

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Unique Built-in Function: Paracentral Mode

The combination of central, paracentral, and peripheral imaging provides a broader, overall view that can be used for detailed morphological and quantitative evaluation of the endothelial layer and individual cells.

Enhanced Usability & Quick Analysis

With 3D auto tracking and auto shot, vision practitioners can now easily choose optimal images for analyzing data, get comprehensive analysis in 2 seconds, and view endothelial cells in 4 different modes.

Enhance CEM-530 with CEM Viewer for NAVIS-EX

An optional function vision practitioners can choose is the CEM Viewer – a software for viewing and working with data using NAVIS-EX. Features include data management and endothelial cell count, progression follow-up and comparison, and paracentral display with peripheral.


Points Paracentral Imaging

with 5° Visual Angle


Points Peripheral Imaging

with 27° Visual Angle


Color LCD Display

with Tiltable Touch Screen



Data Analysis


Auto Tracking

with Auto Shot

Gold Standard

Specular Microscope.

Our practice has found NIDEK's CEM-530 to be a highly useful tool in evaluating candidates for cornea and IOL-based refractive surgery. We now include CEM-530 imaging as part of all new patient exams.

The reason is simple. If we are going to perform LVC on the cornea, we want to study both surfaces of the cornea with the best technology available.

The colored endothelial photographs has proven to be a valuable patient education tool, particularly when talking to contact lens users with signs lens overwear. Documenting a healthy endothelium also gives us increased confidence in our ability to delivery excellent quality of vision with multifocal IOLs and phakic IOLs.


Dr. Jason P Brinton, MD

LASIK Surgeon, Specialist in Refractive Surgery

Specular Microscopy images with the NIDEK CEM-530 have been very helpful for my patients with cornea disease and works especially well in capturing cell count data for pre and post endothelial transplants.

The measurements help educate patients and also track changes over time. In addition, this has become a critical part of my pre-operative testing for patients who choose refractive cataract surgery options.


Dr. Jared R. Younger, MD, MPH

Cornea, Cataract & Refractive Surgeon