Hamamatsu Corporation (Bridgewater, NJ) has introduced the C10054 series of compact Intensified CCD (ICCD) cameras for capturing still images or continuous video of high-speed or ultra-low-light phenomena. Key features include a high-speed electronic shutter that provides a shutter time as short as 5 ns, and image intensifiers that increase available light for detection by the camera’s CCD. Spectral response of the camera ranges from UV to visible to near-infrared. The camera head is equipped with either a TV format-type CCD or a progressive scan CCD and image resolution is up to 480 TV lines. The C10054 is available with three different types of photocathodes.
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