NIDEK Microperimeter

MP-3 / MP-3 type S

High Resolution Non-Mydriatic Fundus Camera

The 12-megapixel fundus camera in the MP-3 acquires high resolution images of retinal pathology and allows easy image acquisition

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Built-In Touch Screen

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

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User-Friendly Design

NIDEK’s much acclaimed 3-D auto tracking and auto shot provides the operator with the most ease, comfort, and accuracy on all measurements.

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Patient Comfort

Up/Down buttons are used to adjust the motorized chin rest to the correct height for patient measurement.

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Easy Image Acquisition for Easy Follow-up

Microperimetry, 12 megapixel color fundus image, fixation analysis, and visual rehabilitation; The 12-megapixel fundus camera in the MP-3 acquires high resolution images of retinal pathology.

Reduce Variations Between Examiners

Auto tracking and auto alignment functions provide more accurate measurements increasing patient and operator comfort and efficiency.

Wide Measurement Range

The MP-3 measures perimetric threshold values, even for normal eyes. It has a wide range of stimulus intensity, from 0 to 34 dB and a maximum stimulus luminance of 10,000 asb* allows evaluation of low-sensitivity. *Complies with the ISO 12866 requirements.

Feedback Exam For Visual Rehabilitation

The visual rehabilitation mode trains low-vision patients who have lost foveal fixation to relocate their preferred retinal locus (PRL) to a different region, called the trained retinal locus (TRL). The TRL is predetermined by a physician, and fixation rehabilitation allows the patient better functional vision (i.e. reading speed) due to increased fixation stability and visual outcomes.


Advanced Microperimeter.

The NIDEK MP-3 Microperimeter has been a valuable tool in showing the patient’s functional correlation to their macular condition. I will frequently perform microperimetry for patients with dry age-related macular degeneration, macular pucker, central serous retinopathy, and other macular conditions to assess whether the anatomic findings observed on exam and OCT are causing a functional deficit. 

Sadiq Syed, MD
Maryland Retina