Multiclad fibers with un-doped silica core and alternating highly fluorine doped and undoped silica claddings are a new standard for high power laser beam transmission, because they allow tailoring the output beam profile of a single laser source and adjust the laser beam to the application. For these fibers it is important to preserve the divergence angle of the launched light in the different light-guiding sections. In this work, we compare two possible measurement concepts. Results for multiclad fibers are discussed. Finally, it is concluded that a modified far field method with adjusted pinholes is most suited for our objective.