At this years Electronic Imaging Conference Dietmar Wüller and Uwe Artmann read some very interesting papers, regarding flare measurement, image stabilization and spatial frequency response measurement:
With the new lensTESTER photographers can not only test their camera system at home, furthermore they will get to know it better.
In the past months, we have been working extensively on our image quality analysis software. The iQ-Analyzer’s new version offers many new features.
In addition to many software solutions for controlling our image quality measurement devices, APIs are also available which allow users to customize device operation to their needs.
The strategic partnership with TRIOPTICS, recognized as market leader of optical test and measurement equipment, aims at jointly design and production automated alignment and calibration systems for cameras.
With the TE281 Flare test chart, a reflective test chart with 17 light traps (super black holes), it is possible to determine the amount of stray light (lens flare) on the image sensor at characteristic points, which are distributed over the entire image field.
In the compact iQ-Chart Box, 8 integrated iQ-LED elements as well as 4 fluorescent light tubes light the reflected charts in an A460 format with a homogenous and adjustable light intensity.
Image Engineering has reduced the height of the iQ-Chartmount-V: now at just 2.5 m high, the test chart mounting also fits in labs with a normal room height.
Stabilization Evaluation Equipment is now available with two (STEVE-2D) or six (STEVE-6D) degrees of freedom.
The tripod system called iQ-Monopod offers all the functions required in order to position cameras quickly and precisely.