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Framing Camera
Nov 2014
Specialised ImagingRequest Info
TRING, England, Nov. 18, 2014 — SIM Ultra Fast Framing CameraWith an auxiliary port that enables interfacing with high-speed video, streak cameras, mass spectrometers or time-resolved spectrometers, the SIM Ultra Fast Framing Camera from Specialised Imaging is able to scan up to 1 billion fps.

A beamsplitter is used to deliver 50 percent of the primary image to a secondary image plane, allowing secondary instruments to share the same optical axis. True undistorted datasets are provided for simultaneous data measurement.

Applications include cavitation, plasma and material science.


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