Underwater shockwave – Illumination comparison

Correct lighting is crucial when imaging challenging scientific phenomena and critical industrial processes.

The video shows a comparison of three different illuminations that are used to capture an underwater shockwave:
– Left: CAVILUX HF laser illumination, 50 ns pulses, camera exposure 290 ns
– Center: CW laser, camera exposure 290 ns
– Right: Metal halide lamp, camera exposure 680 ns

Video credit: Professor Tokitada Hashimoto at Saga University, Japan and Nobby Tech Ltd.

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