[optimal] Re: From Denice in San Francisco

This is interesting; perhaps I missed part of the thread. Your, saying that on 
the Spectralis, the 55 lens can be left on all the time and optically reduce it 
with software commands to a 30 degree field? 

 

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From: optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of CPMC Ophthalmic Diagnostic Center
Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2011 12:02 PM
To: optimal@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [optimal] Re: From Denice in San Francisco

 

Your answer speaks to a greater question as I am just now hopping on my own 
instrument after our chief imager has gone back to NC.    Why do some people 
swap out the lens all of the time, 55 to 30, and some just leave the 55 on and 
optically reduce it on the keypad.

 

Pros and cons to both?

 

Please speak!!

 

Denice Barsness, CRA, COMT, ROUB, CDOS, FOPS

Ophthalmic Diagnostic Center

CPMC Department of Ophthalmology

2100 Webster Street Suite 212

San Francisco CA 94115

(415) 600-3937   FAX (415) 600-6563

 

From: optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Jef Jodell
Sent: Friday, November 25, 2011 11:58 AM
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Subject: [optimal] Re: From Denice in San Francisco

 

They do strip after extended use. Look OK, but don't fit right, or are not read 
by the software. Happened a couple times at Bascom, but he were swapping out 
several times a day, everyday.

 

From: "Carlton, Chris [VA]" <Chris.Carlton@xxxxxx>
To: "'optimal@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'" <optimal@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
Sent: Thursday, November 24, 2011 10:22 AM
Subject: [optimal] Re: From Denice in San Francisco

I have had the 55 lens not install when the focus moved the head too far 
forward. It is larger than the 30. 

 

Chris Carlton

VGH /UBC 

Eye Care Center

 

From: optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
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Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2011 3:22 PM
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Subject: [optimal] Re: From Denice in San Francisco

 

Yes, but then you start a second movie.  Anyway to capture a still and go back 
to existing movie running in the background?

 

Also, for some reason, just yesterday, my 55 lens won’t snap on to the front. D 
on’t ant to force it.  The clips look fine.   30X mounts just fine.  Anything 
might be going on that the 55 simply doesn’t want to bayonet on?

 

Denice Barsness, CRA, COMT, ROUB, CDOS, FOPS

Ophthalmic Diagnostic Center

CPMC Department of Ophthalmology

2100 Webster Street Suite 212

San Francisco CA 94115

(415) 600-3937   FAX (415) 600-6563

 

From: optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of Ethan Priel
Sent: Wednesday, November 23, 2011 10:32 AM
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Subject: [optimal] Re: From Denice in San Francisco

 

You gotta save the movie before exiting ?

 

 

 

From: optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:optimal-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
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Sent: 23 November, 2011 19:30
To: optimal@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [optimal] From Denice in San Francisco

 

Funny how you can have an intstrument for YEARS and never really know it.

 

Is anyone out there grabbing still frames in the early phase of the FA, while 
running a movie, using Spectralis?

 

I like the movie mode, but it’s grainy. I’d like to exit out of the movie in 
the early filling phase, grab a still frame, go back to the movie.

 

Ok, what’s the trick?  Seems like when we exit, I lose the movie…

 

Denice Barsness, CRA, COMT, ROUB, CDOS, FOPS

Ophthalmic Diagnostic Center

CPMC Department of Ophthalmology

2100 Webster Street Suite 212

San Francisco CA 94115

(415) 600-3937   FAX (415) 600-6563

 

 

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