Enhanced S-cone syndrome is a rare, slowly progressive autosomal recessively inherited retinal degeneration related to mutations in the NR2E3 gene. Patients often present with night blindness, visual loss and visual field abnormalities. Patients with enhanced S-cone syndrome exhibit a variable clinical phenotype associated with various degrees of pigmentary changes and foveal schisis. We report a 14-month-old boy with an unusual funduscopic appearance. The diagnosis of enhanced S-cone syndrome was suggested by the uniquely abnormal electroretinographic pattern and was confirmed by the finding of homozygous NR2E3 mutations.