The study of speckle patterns by photography or digitally have been used in a wide variety of events of measures of displacements, vibrations or small deformations, from almost static situations until high speeds. In this work, a comparative analysis of experimental arrangements of speckle techniques is presented: a conventional holography and double aperture, for micro displacements of objects, in both cases, the speckle is modulated by Young strips, of such form that the first case makes reference to a modulation to high frequency, and in the second case show a low frequency, also it is had in the two techniques it is made double-exposure, one for the starting point of the object and the other for the object displacement. The registration and the reading are carried out in almost-real time in holographic arrangements using a photorefractive crystal; the information in these crystals is codified like one variation local of refraction index. In the two cases it is considered the nature in volume by registers of the speckle. The contrast of the interference fringes is analyzed in terms of the diffraction efficiency of the readout beam and of the registration parameters. The results are presented for each configuration.