Abstract

A new camera has been designed around a specially developed image tube. It is primarily intended as a framing camera, but also may be operated as a streak camera. In the framing mode, it can record a sequence of between eight and sixteen images, each with an exposure duration of 10 nsec, at a framing rate of 2 × 107 per sec. In the streak mode, the tube face can be swept in 50 nsec, giving an effective writing speed of 1500 mm/μsec.

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