Gold standard technology for full-threshold perimetry, familiar printouts, worldwide familiarity of operation, advanced patient tracking features.
Dated CRT black/white operator interface, floppy drive data output, incredibly bulky and space consuming footprint.
Despite still being the gold standard in perimetry, the HFA-II 750 is seeming dated with an older display and large footprint.
The Zeiss HFA-II 750 perimeter has grown to be apart of the older generation of visual fields produced from Carl Zeiss Meditec, however it still holds the basic Goldmann principle that even the latest ones possess. Although manufacturers may try to sell you on a newer one, little in regards to the actual perimetry principles has changed. While you do not get galucoma progression analysis, nor EHR connection capabilities, you do get a visual field machine that performs all the tests you’d ever need to treat your patients and bill their insurance. Although more expensive in comparison to it’s little sisters (740, 745), this unit does offer “head tracking” which keeps the patients head and gaze aligned and alerts the technician if something is askew. This reduces the observation requirement from the tech.4/5