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Lens Service

Maintenance, Repair & Optical Analysis

We offer skilled lens repair on a large variety of cinema lenses using some of the most sophisticated analysis and calibration equipment in the industry. 

Our highly trained technicians provide sophisticated, factory level service on a wide variety of professional film and digital cinema lenses, 2/3” HD lenses, as well as third party optical devices and lens adapters. We also perform camera and lens matching and in-depth comparison on nearly all cinema lenses, as well as third party optical devices and lens adapters.


Authorized Repairs

We have the tools and training to provide the factory-level service on lenses from some of the top names in optics.


N.A. Authorized Service Center


Authorized Warranty Repair Facility

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Authorized Warranty Service Partner


Cinema Lens Service Provider


Cinema Lens Repair Facility


In addition, our techs perform repair and maintenance on lenses from:

  • Fujinon
  • Leitz
  • Sigma

We can also facilitate a warranty repair with the manufacturer in the event we are not able to repair an item in-house.


Optical Calibration Equipment

The specialized tools required to analyze and calibrate high-quality professional lenses are a combination of precision optics and mechanics, as well as computer hardware and software. Owning these tools, as well as our skill and experience with using them, makes for a dedicated world-class optics service department. 

A measurement of contrast, MTF (Modulation Transfer Function) is the most widely used scientific method of describing lens performance – it's also the criteria by which we measure the image quality of lenses. MTF measures how faithfully the lens reproduces (or transfers) detail from the object to the image produced by the lens. Both our New York and Burbank offices are equipped with a ZEISS K9 MTF System, which allows for a quick check of back focus and focus scale accuracy in one setup, with one micron (1/1000th millimeter) precision. Both coasts also use autocollimators for backfocus checks, as well as projectors, and ZEISS Torque Testers for further adjustments. 

Our Burbank location is also home to our ZEISS K8 Vertical MTF System. The K8 not only measures MTF, but also easily detects field curvature, chromatic aberration, and whether the optics are properly aligned. The ZEISS T-Stop Tester, which is used to measure the effective transmission aperture of photographic and cinematographic lenses, is also exclusive to our Burbank repair center.