Interrogating ejecta particles launched from target materials that are undergoing dynamic shock can be done with both xray imaging and visible shadowgraph imaging. Our dynamic testing must be done inside a containment vessel with limited access ports available. We designed an imaging system to relay both types of imaging systems through a single port using the same optical relay and then splitting the images onto three separate high-speed imaging cameras outside the containment vessel. X-ray imaging provides ejecta density measurements. Shadowgraph imaging that is done at two wavelengths (blue and red) constrains ejecta particle size distributions and provides areal density measurements of the ejecta cloud. The ejecta particles are positioned 225 mm before the x-ray scintillators; this arrangement permits a folded mirror system to allow the shadowgraph data to bypass the x-ray scintillators. This configuration results in spatial separations between the intermediate image planes of the x-ray and shadowgraph images along the optical axis. At the position of the x-ray intermediate image plane, mirrors are positioned such that the shadowgraph images are kicked out and their images are sent on to different cameras. Positioning of the large doublet relay lenses keeps shrapnel from impacting the vessel containment windows.