We present an extended focus FDOCT setup with FDML swept source centered at 1310nm. The illumination, preserving its lateral extend over a large depth range thanks to the use of a Bessel beam, is decoupled from the Gaussian detection in order to increase the global sensitivity. The efficient spatial separation enables dark-field imaging. In-vivo measurements in the skin were performed to demonstrate the gain in lateral resolution while preserving the imaging depth. More, the calculation of the speckle variance between B-Scans allows a clear visualization of the microvasculature.