Ultra high-speed gated intensified framing camera systems
Cordin gated intensified cameras relay an image through beam splitters to micro-channel plate (MCP) intensifiers. These devices convert the incident photons of the image to an array of electrons, which are amplified and shuttered, and then directed to a phosphor. The resulting image is then captured on a CCD. The shuttering of the channels is done in a rapid sequence, capturing a series of images at very fast rates.
|Up to 25 Million fps at full resolution|
|Short minimum exposure time down to 5ns|
|Best image performance at full speed|
|4 MPixel resolution at full speed|
|Very high sensitivity|