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March 10th, 2008

Framing camera is ultra-fast for high performance

Abstract:
Specialised Imaging has introduced the Sim-D ultra fast framing camera - a new compact system combining ease of use, ease of maintenance and high performance.

The intuitive design of the Sim-D allows even occasional users to achieve top quality results A novel optical periscope for focus adjustment enables rapid and simple experimental setup and optimisation

This article was originally published on Laboratorytalk on 11 Feb 2005 at 8.00am (UK)
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Comprehensive triggering facilities, highly accurate timing control, and a wide range of output signals, coupled with a software package that includes full measurement and image enhancement functions simplifies image capture.

Full remote operation using ethernet connectivity comes as standard enabling the Sim-D to be easily integrated into almost any environment.

Sharing many common features with the performance benchmark setting Sim range of cameras, the Sim-D ultra fast framing camera is perfectly suited for applications in fields as diverse as automotive testing, biomedical research, combustion research, failure dynamics, impact studies, nanotechnology and university research.

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