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HIGH SPEED CAMERAS FOR DEFENCE RESEARCH
Are you interested or involved in ballistic studies, explosives research or investigating high velocity impacts? Then our Trajectory Tracker video tracking systems, SIR3 ballistic range camera, SIM-X and SIM-D multi-channel framing cameras, SIL3 Image Intensifier and SIS Digital shadowgraph camera will be of interest to you.

Learn more: https://www.specialised-imaging.com/products/tracking-systems/tracker2
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CAPTURING SABOT SEPARATION FROM AN ARMOUR PIERCING ROUND
To capture images of really high-speed ballistic events with a tight field of view you really need a camera that can take a picture within nanoseconds of the trigger. In addition to capture images with minimal blur you require a range camera able to capture and record data with nanosecond exposure times. Using a Specialised Imaging SIR3 ballistic range camera – QinetiQ captured these amazing images.

Learn more: https://www.specialised-imaging.com/products/still-cameras/sir3
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10 TRILLION FRAMES / SECOND CAMERA CAPTURES LIGHT IN SLOW MOTION
Specialised Imaging ultra high-speed cameras are able to capture high quality images at a billion frames per second. However, to understand how light interacts with things this is not nearly fast enough. Light is the fastest thing in the universe, so trying to catch it on the move is necessarily something of a challenge. A new rig built by Caltech scientists pulls down a mind-boggling 10 trillion frames per second, meaning it can capture light as it travels along — and they have plans to make it a hundred times faster.

Learn more: https://techcrunch.com/2018/10/12/at-10-trillion-frames-per-second-this-camera-captures-light-in-slow-motion/?guccounter=1
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SHOCK WAVE VISUALISATION
Investigating the flow phenomena that arise from the interaction of a shockwave with an aircraft are of significant interest to engineers working on supersonic engine inlet design. Capturing high speed video data at up to 5 million frames per second the Kirana ultra high-speed video camera shows great promise for this application.

View Video Clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OKlgSsOJMuc
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UNIQUE INSIGHT INTO NANOSECOND TRANSIENT EVENTS
Ultra-fast imaging and simultaneous streak image capture has been shown to offer a unique insight into transient events that cannot be achieved with single-point measurements. Ultra-fast framing images show extremely detailed two-dimensional spatial information about the event, whereas the streak image is a continuous 1-dimensional record with picosecond temporal resolution. When combined these images provide a unique visualization of transient nanosecond timescale events.

Learn More: https://bit.ly/2WeJyy6
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ADIABATIC SHEAR MEASUREMENT
The Kirana ultra-high-speed video camera has been used by a leading material science laboratory to measure the movement of an aluminium sample undergoing adiabatic sheer along a 2mm sheer region. The movement in the aluminium test piece was measured using Digital Image Correlation (DiC) software. The presented DiC data shows from the transition from heighted strain starting from the outside edges moving to the centre of the sample and as the test proceeds cracks appearing on the sample surface.

Download Application Report: https://bit.ly/2CFDDcA
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Specialised Imaging has launched a Social Media hub to provide you with a taste of the distinct personality of our team of experts and keep you informed as to how our ultra-high-speed imaging technology will allow you to record events not visible to normal high-speed cameras. We are keen to hear your opinions, learn about how you use high speed imaging and of course try to answer your questions. If you are an engineer, scientist or ballistician looking for the latest buzz in high speed imaging.

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