The Vision Institute has acquired a new state-of-the-art non-mydriatic retinal digital camera. Retinal photography is an important tool in diagnosing diseases of the retina, the inner lining of the eye which acts like the film of camera to capture light and create our sense of sight. It is also used to document and monitor the changes over time that occur during any disease process. "Non-mydriatic" means pictures can be taken without the use of drops to dilate the pupil. During the course of an eye examination, retinal photos may be required.