X-Scan Imaging Corp. has announced a new member of its family of high-energy line-scan cameras. Designed for imaging ultrahigh-energy x-ray and gamma ray applications at levels to 15 MeV, the XMH8800 series cameras combine scintillation (for converting high-energy photons to visible light) and fiber optics (for subsequently conveying the visible light to an off-axis CMOS diode array detector). A lead or tungsten body shields the diode array and integrated electronics, ensuring long-life reliability under extreme radiation conditions. The cameras’ high-energy accelerators and detectors image large, dense objects, such as metal castings, and steel objects from 4 to 12 in. thick. Other applications include radiography and nondestructive test imaging.