Imatest Announces the New Collimator Fixture

Collimator FixtureImatest introduces its new Collimator Fixture, which can test your imaging system at distances up to infinity — all within the limited space of a test lab. 

Imatest developed this relay lens system for R&D to help its customers test at hyperfocal distances within a limited space.

“The Collimator Fixture is adaptable to numerous camera systems by providing adjustable simulated test distances, interchangeable collimating lenses and a variety of charts,” says Henry Koren, director of engineering at Imatest.

The Fixture integrates with Imatest LED Light Panels (sizes C through G) and includes a joystick and computer-control interface for automatic positioning using four motorized stages. It also features storage and recall of device positions. For more information, pricing, and current lead time, contact 

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Imatest Announces the new MTS Reflective Module

MTS Reflective Module imageImatest is now offering the MTS Reflective Module, which is an add-on to the Imatest Modular Test Stand. The easy-to-use Module is designed to work with Kino Flo Freestyle 31 lights and reflective charts. High-quality hardware allows you to effortlessly position lights, while angle and position markers help record light bank locations for future testing. The Base Module, target, and Kino Flo lights are sold separately. For custom configurations, contact 


  • Physical indicators to mark positions
  • Angle indicators to determine incident light angles
  • Easy and dampened height adjustment
  • Designed to work with Kino Flo Freestyle 31 lighting system.

For additional information, see the Imatest MTS Reflective Module Info Sheet.


Total shipping weight with crate92kg
Width when fully extended3100mm (122.03”)
Travel distance of light*A. Height adjustment: 300mm (11.81”); B. Distance from chart: 250mm (39.37”) – 1250mm (49.21”); C. Incident angle: 22º – 90º

*Kino Flo Freestyle 31 lights sold separately.

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Seoul, South Korea – Imatest Training Course – October 20-21, 2020

Imatest in Seoul

Imatest engineers will visit Seoul, October 20-21, 2020, to offer a paid two-day training course (October 20-21) to professionals using or considering Imatest software to improve their image quality testing processes. A free information seminar will be offered on October 19. 

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Two-Day Training Course

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The training course offers attendees insight into the capabilities of Imatest software in both research and development and manufacturing environments.

After taking this course, you will have:

  • An understanding of key image quality factors
  • Practical knowledge of how to apply Imatest software to measure the factors
  • An overview of how to set up and tailor your test lab for accurate measurements

It is highly recommended you have a basic understanding of how cameras work (see recommended prerequisites). A detailed training schedule is also available.

Date and Time

October 20-21, 2020
09:00 – 18:00, depending on the questions.

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Free Information Seminar

If you are interested in finding out more about how Imatest software can improve your image quality testing, we encourage you to come to our free information seminar.


October 19, 2020
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Please register if you are interested in attending. We look forward to meeting you in person.

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Imatest is Attending Electronic Imaging 2020

Electronic Imaging 2020 Conference photoImatest is attending Electronic Imaging 2020 in Burlingame, California on January 26-30, 2020. The symposium brings together 17 technical conferences covering all aspects of electronic imaging. And several Imatest engineers will present five research papers:

Electronic Imaging 2020 will be held at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco Airport, approximately 2 miles south of San Francisco International Airport (SFO). The hotel provides free shuttle service between SFO and the Hyatt.

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Imatest will be at SPIE Photonics West 2020

Imatest is attending and exhibiting at SPIE Photonics West in San Francisco, February 1-6, 2020. Photonics West is the leading event for the worldwide photonics industry and will feature 1,400 companies, over 5,200 technical papers, 65 course and workshop options, notable plenary speakers, a powerful industry program, and plenty of networking opportunities. Plus, the event will showcase the Expo Industry Stage and a Job Fair. 

SPIE Photonics West will be held at the Moscone Center, 747 Howard Street, San Francisco, California, 94103. 

Perhaps we’ll see you at Booth 2156.

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Introducing Imatest 5.2

BOULDER, CO -September 12, 2019—Imatest, a global image quality testing solution provider is pleased to announce Imatest 5.2. With this new Imatest release, the Imatest team adds several new features to provide better analysis tools and new options. (more…)

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Imatest and Furonteer Collaboration Finalist for Best Validation/Simulation Tool Award

BOULDER, CO -September 4, 2019—Imatest, a global image quality testing solution provider, and Furonteer, an automation equipment manufacturer, are finalists for the Best Validation/Simulation Tool Award provided by AutoSens, a forum for Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) technologists. (more…)

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Imatest Announces Modular Test Stand

Boulder, Colorado, August 30, 2019—Imatest, a global provider of image quality testing solutions, now offers a Modular Test Stand (MTS) that enables you to produce superior cameras while significantly reducing time spent in the lab.

“The Modular Test Stand is an easy-to-use platform that facilitates precise setup and repeatable camera positioning for consistent imaging tests,” says Henry Koren, director of engineering at Imatest. “And it is configurable so it accommodates your camera system.” (more…)

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AutoSens Brussels, September 17-19, 2019

Imatest will attend AutoSens in Brussels on September 17-19, 2019. AutoSens is a 3-day workshop, conference, and exhibition advancing the education for and development of vehicle perception technology. It brings together over a thousand minds in vehicle perception, ADAS, and autonomous vehicles twice a yearin Detroit, Michigan USA in May, and Brussels, Belgium in September. Each event includes conference sessions, discussions, collaborations, debates, networking, business meetings, interactive learning, autonomous driving demonstrations, and technology exhibition showcasing.


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