Lens Testing Equipment

CinemaTechnic R-2 Digital Autocollimator with 130mm objective and HD camera

CinemaTechnic are the cine lens testing experts in the U.S. Founder Jorge Diaz-Amador has over 20 years experience with Richter Cine Collimators, over 15 years experience with Moeller-Wedel collimators, and was the first person in the U.S. trained to operate the Carl Zeiss K8 and K9 MTF Testers.

In the motion picture industry, lens testing equipment is used to both check the image quality of lenses and precisely calibrate focus accuracy of lens on a routine basis.

CinemaTechnic now develops upgrades for both the Richter Cine and Moeller-Wedel collimator systems, and provides reconditioning and calibration for the Richter systems.

Jorge is currently working on the CinemaTechnic Collimator Book expected to be published in 2020

Autocollimators – Basic Information

Original Richter Cine R-2 Reflex Autocollimator with 130mm Objective

Richter Cine Collimators and Test Projectors

CinemaTechnic Richter M-2 Digital with IMS Mount and PL Adapter

Upgrades for Richter Cine Collimators

Moeller-Wedel Autocollimator with Video Relay testing a Richter Cine Collimator Objective

Moeller-Wedel Autocollimators

CinemaTechnic EF Mount for Richter Cine M-2

Lens Testing Mounts

CinemaTechnic Flange Focal Depth Measuring Kit

Flange Focal Distance Measuring Tools

Collimators (non-reflex)

Carl Zeiss K9 MTF Tester

Carl Zeiss K8 and K9 MTF Testers

Century Precision Lens Test Projector

Lens Test Projectors – Vintage Models

P+S Technik Lens Checker Test Projector with still camera mounted on top

Lens Test Projectors – New Models

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Updated 2020-04-06

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