Ccd Cameras

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Diffraction Topography - Experimental Techniques III - Special Techniques and Recent Developments - Digital Topography
... The use of electronic detectors such as X-ray CCD cameras, replacing traditional X-ray film, facilitates topography in many ways ... CCDs achieve online readout in (almost) real-time, dispensing experimentalists of the need to develop films in a dark room ... and, above all, the moderate spatial resolution of commercial CCD cameras, making the development of dedicated CCD cameras necessary for high-resolution imaging ...
Three-CCD Camera
... A three-CCD camera is a camera whose imaging system uses three separate charge-coupled devices (CCDs), each one taking a separate measurement of the primary colors, red, green, or blue light ... the appropriate wavelength ranges of light to their respective CCDs ... The system is employed by still cameras, telecine systems, professional video cameras and some prosumer video cameras ...

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