Analyzer 7.3 for camera module testing & flare measurement

6 October 2020, Paris – We are pleased to announce Analyzer 7.3, our complete suite for measuring and optimizing camera image quality. This Analyzer update includes many diverse and much anticipated camera testing features catering camera module makers and manufacturers of camera equipped devices from surveillance, smartphone, DSLR, action cam and automotive industries.

It includes the following-

1. Raw – a standard for evaluating camera modules

2. Flare-bench – test setup for measuring flare

3. Photoflow – scripts for automated image quality testing


Unwanted flare is a reality for all types of camera systems whether surveillance, smartphone, drones or automotive. In order to reduce the occurrence of unwanted flare, you need to be able to measure it. The Flare Bench in Analyzer 7.3 is a hardware setup that can simulate as well as measure flare for any type of camera. The setup contains a bright light source that generates flares that resemble those created by the sun. Using this setup, you can also measure Flare Accentuation, our proprietary measurement based on RAW images. Read more.


Great product performance can be achieved only if you select good components. Analyzer 7.3’s Raw module is a unique standard that objectively measures the image quality of smartphone camera modules. Our solution contains test setups and scripts that can generate scores, measurements, and detailed reports. Read more.


Scripts for automated image quality testing Camera engineering teams need to efficiently make use their lab operators’ time. Analyzer’s Photoflow is a complete set of scripts for performing DXOMARK’s smartphone rear camera and selfie camera objective test protocols in an automated fashion, and allows you to perform the same lab testing and get same analysis result aggregation as the DXOMARK team. Read more.

Analyzer is DXOMARK’s complete suite for measuring and optimizing camera image quality that includes software, hardware, and testing protocols, and ensures repeatable, operator-independent results. Read more on Analyzer.