Color and Gray Level Test Targets measure the level of an imaging system’s color or grayscale performance. Color and Gray Level Test Targets consist of a variety of colored or grayscale patterns that evaluate an imaging system’s dynamic range by comparing the target with a system’s image. Color and Gray Level Test Targets provide a convenient, simple way to test an imaging system’s gray level or color performance
The Color Scanner Test Target is a critical tool for evaluating the performance of any digital imaging or scanning device. The target features 5 resolution patterns (30, 75, 95, 140, and 180 linepairs per inch), 20 density step wedge, various alphanumerics, 2 constant density strips, 8 color patches, and 10:1 ratio angle ronchi ruling
he Reflective Contrast Target is designed to determine the range of optical density that an imaging system can capture. This target complies with ISO-14524 specifications.
This 8.5″ x 11″ white photographic paper variable density target offers a convenient means of testing the gray level performance of optical systems. There are 15 density steps from a density of 0.09 to 1.5 on two progressions from high to low and low to high. This corresponds to optical density increments of 0.10.