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High-Speed Camera

EuroPhotonics
Jun 2010
Lambert Instruments BVRequest Info
 
Lambert Instruments has announced the HiCam 5000, a high-speed CMOS camera that is fiber optically coupled to a gatable 18-mm hybrid image intensifier. The gating is synchronized with the readout of the sensor and offers exposure times down to 3 ns. Operating at rates of up to 5000 fps at full resolution, the camera is completely computer controlled, including the gain and gating of the image intensifier, and has a Gigabit Ethernet interface and up to 16 GB of solid-state memory. Capable of detecting single photons, the camera is suitable for use in high-speed fluorescence microscopy, and in combustion and plasma imaging.


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GLOSSARY
image intensifier
An electro-optic device consisting of an electronic tube equipped with a light-sensitive electron emitter at one end, and a phosphor screen at the other end, used to convert low levels of light at various wavelengths into a more intense level of light at a single visible wavelength. Image intensifiers are commonly used to enhance visual imaging for low-light applications such as night-vision and fluorescence.
sensor
1. A generic term for detector. 2. A complete optical/mechanical/electronic system that contains some form of radiation detector.
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