The reproducibility of data obtained from the recently developed anterior eye segment analysis system (EAS-1000) was evaluated. 40 normal eyes and 62 cataractous eyes were examined at Kanazawa Medical University Hospital or Yayoi Hospital. The radius of the corneal curvature, the corneal thickness, anterior chamber depth, whole lens thickness, anterior chamber angle and the scattering light intensity were all observed on a slit section of the lens, and the intrapupillary area of the cataractous shadow was measured from a retroillumination image. The measurements were made twice at an interval of 14.2 days. There were no significant differences between the data of the 1 st and 2nd examination in either place.