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Brandaris

Ultrasound Bubbles Imaging Brandaris

By replacing the negative film track of the rotating mirror camera by highly sensitive CCD cameras we have constructed an ultra high-speed camera that records 128 digital frames at a speed of up to 25 million frames per second (40 nanoseconds interframe time).

The sweeping light beam within a rotating mirror camera resembles that of the optical principle of a light house, therefore we have named the camera Brandaris 128 after the Netherlands' most famous lighthouse on the island of Terschelling.