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November 7th, 2007

Ultra high-speed framing camera sets new benchmark in operational flexibility

Abstract:
Incorporating ultra-high resolution image intensifiers with double pulsing techniques and no-compromise optical design, the new SIM-02 Camera from Specialised Imaging Ltd. takes ultra high speed imaging to the next level of flexibility.

Incorporating ultra-high resolution image intensifiers with double pulsing techniques and no-compromise optical design, the new SIM-02 Multi-Channel Framing Camera from Specialised Imaging Ltd. takes ultra high speed imaging to the next level of flexibility.

The SIM-02 offers the ultimate in ultra high-speed imaging performance to scientists and engineers working in areas including material studies (impact mechanics, crack propagation, impact deformation), automotive (combustion research), aerospace (stress failure, aerodynamic performance), high voltage electrical discharge research, plasma studies and nanotechnology (microdevices - dynamics of operation). The proprietary optical design offers up to 16 separate channels giving 32 separate images without compromising on image quality. Effects such as parallax and shading, inherent in other framing camera designs, are eliminated and the high spatial resolution (> 30 lp/mm) is the same frame to frame and in both axes.

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