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Canon Xephilio OCT-S1 Optical Coherence Tomography

With Xephilio OCT-S1 Canon introduces revolutionary swept source technology allowing you to capture wide-field images of up to 23 mm in a single scan. Xephilio OCT-S1 enables superior penetration of dense objects and provides outstanding tomographic images. Intelligent Denoise, the system’s Deep Learning AI technology, offers a new quality of OCTA images in a single scan with greatly reduced noise, increased detail and improved visibility within just seconds.


Wide Field Swept Source Imaging In One Single Shot

23mm wide-field OCT B-scan image

31 x 27 mm OCTA mosaic image

Wide en-face OCT mosaic image


100,000 A-scans per second combined with invisible 1,060 nm wavelength provide ultra-fast swept source technology maximizing data quantity of the patient’s eye while reducing acquisition time. Invisible scan lines ensure better patient collaboration and reduce the impact of patient eye movements.



Canon’s deep scanning swept source technology allows better penetration of cataracts, hemorrhages, blood vessels and sclera and at the same time optimizes capture of retinal and choroidal data – all in a single shot. With Xephilio OCT-S1 vitreous body and choroid appear in the same image with superior image quality providing more information for better patient care.



With a single capture the swept source Xephilio OCT-S1 shows a large wide-field OCT image as wide as 23 x 20 mm, which can be very beneficial for retina thickness observation of retinal detachment or retinitis pigmentosa. Mosaic imaging allows you to create an incredible 31 x 27 mm wide field OCT image.


Retinal Imaging Control Software

Software designed to work with all Canon retinal cameras and OCT; for capturing, reviewing and reporting. When the camera is used stand-alone, it also functions as database with an archive function.


Extremely intuitive user interface. Clear graphic representation of functions and display of previous studies.


Displays images of the same side eye to compare them. Or select studies from previous dates to monitor progression.


Observation progression: select up to 5 past examinations to see changes over time.


Report screen with extensive software tools: embossing a retinal image, changing gamma value, brightness and contrast, color balance balance, adding annotations  and measuring C/D ratio.


EMBOSS can be useful to enhance the topography of the retina in the evaluation of macular degeneration, glaucoma, and retinopathy.


Emboss Negative

This function will make the blood vessels stand out.


Emboss Positive

The optic disc stands out.



Inverts the color of an image to assist diagnosis.



Overlay 2 images to see differences and changes in pathology. Selected images are aligned automatically. It can be useful for comparison to see changes, but also the colour image could be overlayed with e.g. a FAF image for additional information.



Add shapes, lines, arrows and comments to a captured image.


CUP/DISC Measurement

Measure the optic nerve papillary area. The C/D can be measured as line or area ratio.


Canon Opacity Suppression

When obtaining retinal images, ocular opacity can cause several problems: the scattering of the light will make the edges of the blood vessels appear blurred, the difference in brightness of the retina will be reduced, making it very difficult to distinguish between structures. Furthermore a cataract eye will cause images to appear more yellow. Canon opacity suppression tool is a unique and sophisticated software tool, that based on the full information from the CMOS sensor of the digital camera,  will largely suppress the effect of ocular opacities on color images.

Our retinal cameras can be combined with a Canon OCT, using the same software and sharing the database. Output of both devices can be combined in one report to facilitate a comprehensive analysis.


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