HYRes 3.1 is a software tool designed for use in accurately gauging the resolution of a digital camera using resolution chart following the ISO 12233 standard.
This procedures used by this product to measure resolution are designed in accordance with CIPA (Camera and Imaging Products Association) resolution measurement procedures.
(Note that this software runs only on the Windows operating system.)


1) This software is freeware provided free of charge by the Olympus Corporation to which the creator of the software belong as a service to allow users to make more effective use of the ISO standard ISO12233 'Photography - Electronic still picture cameras - Resolution measurements' and the CIPA standard DC-0003 'Resolution Measurement Methods for Digital Cameras'. In keeping with these objectives, this software may be downloaded only from the CIPA website at http://www.cipa.jp.

2) Before using this software, first read the CIPA standards document DC-0003 ‘Resolution Measurement Methods for Digital Cameras’ to learn about how to measure resolutions.

3) Because the Measurement Method using this software is calculating the resolution value by analyzing the testing image picture of the ISO 12233 resolution chart taken by a tested digital camera, the resolution chart is necessarily.

4) This software contains no help feature. Read the attached instruction manual files on use.

5) This software was created in a Japanese-language OS environment. When running on a Japanese-language operating system, all menus and messages will be displayed in Japanese, and when running on any other operating system all menus and messages will be displayed in English, but there may be some windows and other places where text appears in garbled form.
While this software is designed to run on Windows 95 and later versions of Windows, no guarantees whatsoever are given concerning its proper operation on any given operating system.
Note, however, that:
++ This software has been used on the Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000, and the Windows 2000 operating systems at each given environment, and no particular problems have been reported.