by Robert Gerowitz, OD, FIAO

Huvitz HS-7000 and Huvitz HS-7500 Slit Lamp

What happens when you combine 5X, 10X, 16X, 25X, and 40X magnification with LED illumination, built-in Wratten, Cobalt blue, Red-free, Grey, and Heat absorption filters; slit rotation measurement, integration to shoot digital photos, and a choice of either a tower or integrated illumination design?

The outcome is an awesome slit lamp biomicroscope! The Huvitz Series 7000/7500 delivers exceedingly crisp views of the anterior segment and beyond (with condensing lenses). In addition, the ergonomics are terrific. Every control is easily found to the touch and Huvitz also designed the aperture controls in different sizes and textures so each one feels different. And, for those of us with narrow PDs, the 7000/7500 oculars go all the way down to 55mm.

The optional digital camera interface has a compact profile and delivers great images and video directly to your laptop or pc.

Yes, a slit lamp is a slit lamp, but I recommend taking a test drive with the Huvitz Series 7000/7500. You’ll go from zero to awesome in seconds flat!

Closeup image of the Haag Streit tower illumination for the HS-7000 slit lamp by Huvitz. Black and light gray unit.Closeup image of the Zeiss integrated illumination unit on the HS-7500 slit lamp by Huvitz. Black and light gray unit with knobs and a dial.

Haag Streit tower illumination (left), Zeiss integrated illumination (right).

HS-7000 & 7500 Slit Lamp Series


HS Slit Lamp Series Brochure

Photo of Dr. Robert Gerowitz, optometrist and orthokeratology specialist based in the Chicago area.

Dr. Robert Gerowitz is an internationally recognized Optometrist and Orthokeratology specialist based out of Paladine, Illinois, and a long time customer of Coburn. Since 2000, he has been successfully managing progressive myopia in Chicago’s Northwest suburbs.

In 1994, Dr. Gerowitz was named “Best and Brightest” in Optometry by 20/20 Magazine and in 1997 Eyegrad named him “Optometrist of the Year“. Dr. Gerowitz participated in the first ever Global Orthokeratology Symposium in Toronto. As a result of those seminars he has often been invited to speak at other meetings to fellow Orthokeratologists.

Dr. Gerowitz is also a charter member of the American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control, a Fellow in the Academy, and has served on its Board of Directors. He helped establish the group of Orthokeratologists which became the FDA’s S.M.A.R.T. Study investigators.

Learn more about Dr. Gerowitz on his website, He owns Dr. Rob’s Eyesright Optometry and Eyesright Kids in Palatine, Illinois.