VES-Falcon Autofocus Bioptic
What an experienced VES-Sport manual-focus bioptic wearer told us after he received his Falcon Autofocus Bioptic:
“It’s so much more natural to use”
“I feel like I can use it without drawing attention to myself or making others feel uncomfortable”
“I’ll be able to use it in so many more ways”
“It will make my life so much easier”
Details and Features
- The most natural magnified vision possible!
- Hands-free clear vision wherever you look!
- Immediately focuses from 13 inches (0.3m) to infinity!
- 4x, 12.5 degree Keplerian Optical System!
- Bright, crisp, wide-field optics
- Ocutech’s most frequently prescribed power.
- Hi-tech design in black or silver case colors
- Operates 8 hours on a single charge
- Lightweight and comfortable to wear
- Weighs only 3.2 ounces (90 gm)
- Snap-on filter caps available
- Slip-behind Sunfilters in 5 color options
- Easy to demonstrate, fit and prescribe
- Intended for moderate vision loss of 20/300 (6/90) or better
We are delighted to announce that Ocutech’s new VES-Falcon Autofocus Bioptic Telescope, the next generation of the world’s only autofocusing bioptic, has arrived!
Using state-of-the-art time-of-flight technology, the Falcon has been in development and testing for six years. It will provide the most natural and easy-to-use telescopic vision possible for visually impaired individuals. Wherever you look, the image will be clear immediately, just like normal vision.
Its parallax corrected 4x, 12.5 degree Keplerian optical system provides exceptional image clarity and brightness, and its modern, lightweight ergonomic and fully adjustable design can provide relaxed, comfortable viewing. It is designed to be easy for the low vision specialist to fit, demonstrate and prescribe.
Connected to a rechargeable battery with a USB-C cable, the Falcon will operate for approximately 8 hours on a single charge!
The VES-Falcon is indicated for individuals with moderate vision loss of 20/300 (6/90) or better, and ideal for individuals with 20/200 (6/60) or better.