ZEISS OPMI LUMERA 700 Ophthalmic Microscope


ZEISS OPMI LUMERA 700 Seeing to succeed with the microscope for every ophthalmic specialty, whether preserving or restoring a patient’s sight, the OPMI LUMERA 700 from ZEISS is the surgical microscope for every ophthalmic specialty. Experience markerless IOL alignment and integrated intraoperative OCT3 imaging – all in one device – from the ophthalmic microscope market leader.

OPMI LUMERA 700 offers a true revolution in lighting quality with an intuitive and versatile instrument and It has a built-in optical coherence tomography (OCT) that allows non-invasive insight into the deep layers and internal structures of the eye.

ZEISS OPMI LUMERA 700 is part of our commitment to helping you succeed in your OR. It’s also part of the ZEISS Cataract Suite, which includes leading products designed to work together for markerless toric IOL alignment.

Seeing to succeed in cataract surgery Precise* and efficient** markerless toric IOL alignment. With ZEISS CALLISTO eye markerless alignment, manual marking steps can be skipped altogether for an efficient and precise* toric IOL alignment to reduce residual astigmatism. For cataract surgeries, ZEISS OPMI LUMERA 700, with its well-known patented SCI illumination, ZEISS optics and CALLISTO eye ® from ZEISS provides the best anterior views and precise* assistance functions.

”I save 6 minutes per patient and improve alignment precision by 40% compared to manual marking. Wolfgang Mayer, MD, Augenklinik der Universität München, Germany”

Cataract assistance functions for every step of the surgery The assistance functions of ZEISS CALLISTO eye are completely surgeon-controlled – with either the foot control panel or handgrips.

Perform toric IOL centration on the visual axis provided by the IOLMaster and perform rotational alignmen
Position incisions, optionally
on the steep axis; add opposite
clear cornea incision and
Precisely* size and shape capsulorhexis and align the IOL on the visual axis provided by the IOLMaster
Perform relaxing incisions
Estimate the local corneal curvature in combination with a keratoscope

Efficient markerless IOL alignment
Starting with a biometry reference image from the IOLMaster from ZEISS, data is transferred smoothly to CALLISTO eye. This data is used to create overlays in the eyepiece. Save time, increase efficiency and reduce residual astigmatism when you:

  • skip manual preoperative marking
  • skip manual data transfer
  • skip manual intraoperative marking

Data from QUATERA 700 from ZEISS is integrated in the visual field of the ocular and screen for a better overview

Efficient surgery setup
The image quality check supports you to optimize light intensity, magnification and centration of the microscope to efficiently set up the reference axis. The well-proven* eye tracking automatically compensates for eye movements and supports the use of the assistance functions

”CALLISTO eye enabled easy and exact toric IOL alignment in all cases.” Prof. Findl, VIROS, Hanusch Hospital, Vienna, Austria

OPMI LUMERA 700 operating microscope from ZEISS is an intuitive and versatile instrument and its technical equipment is among the absolute top. It has a built-in optical coherence tomography (OCT) that allows non-invasive insight into the deep layers and internal structures of the eye. This information is transmitted using a color scale to a three-dimensional 3D image.

With the features integrated into the OPMI Lumera 700, you are optimally prepared for anything: not only for cataract and retinal surgery the next day but also for the future. The system is extremely versatile and, with the appropriate accessories, gives you exactly the tool you need for both anterior and posterior segments.

The OPMI Lumera® 700 offers a true revolution in lighting quality. With Stereo Coaxial Illumination (SCI™). You take advantage of unprecedented recognition of details. The kit includes 0° co-observation with independent magnification and focus control and an image inverter built into the binoculars.

OPMI Lumera 700 is an excellent specialized surgical microscope for all areas of ophthalmic surgery. This provides:

  • SCI (Stereo Coaxial Illumination) for constant brightness: every detail of the patient’s eye becomes visible
  • Optimized workflow and maximum ease of use: thanks to Callisto eye and wireless foot control
  • Integration: perfect interplay of the Resight fundus monitoring system, Invertertube E and integrated video camera
  • Room for operation: cables and extras are included in the system

Carl Zeiss Opmi Lumera 700 is an ophthalmic operating microscope for retinal and glaucoma surgery, cataract and corneal pathologies. Equipped with the integrated Carl Zeiss Rescan 700 OCT imaging system, which allows you to visualize the structures of the eye to the smallest detail and in the correct physiological form. OPMI LUMERA 700 is used for several types of operations – gray and green cataracts, and corneal and retinal operations.


  • The structures of the operated eye are flawlessly visible in-depth and in every detail, even with advanced gray cataracts, clear and detailed shots are made possible by a special “retina” system, which also protects against excessive light exposure
  • Integrated keratoscope – visualizes/displays corneal astigmatism without additional devices, the integrated/built-in video camera serves as a verification tool, but also for possible taking pictures from examinations
  • Touch control of the monitor simplifies the operation of the device, the ergonomic shape brings freedom of movement and facilitates access to all functions, as well as the use of the microscope in smaller operating theaters.
  • A novelty is the control of the control panel of the operating microscope of the feet, but comfortable and at the same time reliable.

Areas of use
Cataract treatment
The Carl Zeiss Opmi Lumera 700 provides an unrivaled view of the anterior segment of the eye with patented SCI illumination, Carl Zeiss optics, and the Carl Zeiss Callisto Eye system. The device is equipped with an IOL alignment function for efficient and more accurate alignment of a toric IOL with lower residual astigmatism.

  • IOL alignment option eliminates the need for manual marking: data is transferred to Callisto Eye from Carl Zeiss IOLMaster to create eyepiece overlays
  • The auxiliary functions of the Carl Zeiss Callisto Eye are fully controlled by the surgeon using the foot control panel or handle
  • Save time and reduce residual astigmatism by eliminating the need for manual preoperative marking, manual data transfer, and manual intraoperative marking
  • Efficient surgery: real-time optimization of light intensity, image magnification, and centering with image quality check
  • The coaxial illumination provides a stable and high-contrast red reflex for high detail even in severe cataracts.

Glaucoma surgery
The Carl Zeiss Opmi Lumera 700 reduces cell loss, reduces handling time, and helps the surgeon make quick decisions during surgery. Carl Zeiss Rescan 700 in glaucoma surgery and canaloplasty procedures helps in monitoring stent implants in hard-to-see places.

  • Focus Preservation: The automatic XY tracker maintains focus on the target area imaged with OCT and compensates for eye or microscope movements.
  • Retinal protection: Built-in retinal protection filter protects the retina from excessive light exposure.
  • Maintaining Flexibility: Tilt the microscope head as needed to better view the iridocorneal angle.

Treatment of pathologies of the cornea
The built-in intraoperative OCT allows visualization of the physiological shape of the cornea in two different scanning modes.

  • Quickly switch between high-resolution OCT scans (2.9 mm tissue depth) and large overview images (5.8 mm tissue depth) to visualize and assess graft orientation
  • Save time with easy graft monitoring: in DMEK procedures, monitor graft orientation and evaluate the interface to the patient’s cornea, and check for correct graft position
  • Safe Procedure with the Big Bubble Technique: Improved Incision Depth Evaluation in Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty Using OCT Imaging and Reducing the Risk of Perforation
  • The built-in slit illuminator provides four slit widths with the left-right movement of the slit for a better view of the cornea and anterior chamber.

Retinal surgery
When performing retinal surgery, the Carl Zeiss Opmi Lumera 700 microscope provides excellent clarity and a good field of view, as well as an unrivaled view of the anterior segment of the eye, thanks to the patented SCI illumination, Carl Zeiss optics, and the Carl Zeiss Callisto Eye system.

  • Built-in intraoperative real-time OCT adds a third dimension when viewing the transparent media of the eye.
  • An automatic XY tracker maintains focus on a given area and compensates for eye/microscope movements.
  • Possibility to make sure that all necessary membrane remnants are completely removed after removal of the ILM and that there are no holes in the macula.


Surgical microscope Motorized zoom system with apochromatic lens, zoom ratio 1:6
Magnification factor = 0.4 x – 2.4 x
Focusing: electric / motorized, focus range: 70 mm
Objective lens: f = 200 mm (optionally also f = 175 mm or f = 225 mm with support ring
Binocular tube: Invertertube E (optionally also Invertertube, 180° swivel tube, f = 170 mm, inclined tube, f = 170 mm
Wide-angle eyepiece 10 x (optionally also 12.5 x)
Light source SCI: Coaxial and full-field illumination
Fiber-optic illumination Superlux ® Eye:
- Xenon short arc reflector lamp with HaMode filter
- Backup lamp in lamp housing, can be slid into position manually
LED fiber-optic illumination:
- Near-daylight color temperature
- 50,000 hour lifetime at 50% light intensity
- HaMode filter
- 25% gray filter
For all light sources:
- Blue blocking filter
- Optional: Fluorescence filter
Integrated slit illuminator Slit widths: 0.2 mm, 2 mm, 3 mm, 4 mm
Slit height: 12 mm
XY coupling Travel range: max. 61 mm x 61 mm
Automatic centering at the touch of a button
Video monitor  23.6” LCD display
Resolution: 1,928 x 1,080
Stand Maximum permissible weight load of the spring arm:
When the surgical microscope is attached to the arm (without tube, eyepiece or objective lens) and the XY coupling is also attached, a maximum of 9 kg of additional accessories can be attached to the spring arm
ZEISS intraoperative OCT
OCT engine SD (spectral domain) OCT
Wavelength 840 nm
Scanning speed 27,000 A-scans per second
Scan parameters A-scan depth: 2.9 and 5.8 mm in tissue
Axial resolution: 5.5 μm in tissue
Scan length adjustable 3–16 mm
Scan rotation adjustable 360°
Scan modes for live and capture acquisition
Live: 1-line, 5-lines, cross hair
Capture: 1-line, 5-lines, cube
Mechanical data Focus range with LH175 lens holder: 31 mm (position of intermediate image)
  Focus range with LH200 lens holder: 38 mm (position of intermediate image)
  Rotation angle of lens revolver and holder: 0°–360°
Lenses included  60D, 128D
Weight ZEISS RESIGHT 500 (manual): 0.45 kg
ZEISS RESIGHT 700 (motorized): 0.50 kg
Touch screen Projected Capacitive Touch (PCT) with anti-reflective coating, scratch-proof
Processor Intel ® Core i5 6442EQ 1.9 GHz
Hard drive SSD for operating system, SATA HDD 1 TB for data
Display Integrated 24” color flat screen with high luminosity and wide viewing angle
Video signals PAL 576i50; NTSC 480i60; 1080i50; 1080i60
Only possible with camera models from Carl Zeiss Meditec AG
Ports 1 × CAN-Bus, 2 × 1 Gigabit Ethernet, 5 × USB 3.0, 1 × potential equalization
Video input 1 × Y/C, 1 × HD-SDI
Video output  2 × HDMI
Connectivity  Integrated RJ45 10/100Base-T Ethernet port for connection to ZEISS OPMI LUMERA 700 and hospital network
Weight ca. 10 kg
ZEISS CALLISTO eye software
Version 3.7


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