3板式高速カラービデオ/トリプルフレーミングカメラの性能評価 [in Japanese] Performance of the high-speed colour video/triple-framing camera with three image sensors [in Japanese]
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In 1991, the authors developed a high-speed video camera with a frame rate of 4, 500 pps, which was the world's fastest at that time and currently marketed by a third party. An MCP-type image intensifier is attached directly to the image sensor to realize both very high light sensitivity and frame rate. Three intensified image sensors are combined with a cubic three-way beam splitter prism and three optical filter holders to form this high speed colour video/ultra-high-speed triple-framing camera.
- Transactions of Visualization Society of Japan
Transactions of Visualization Society of Japan 17, 253-256, 1997-07-01
The Visualization Society of Japan