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Simultaneous high-speed motion-picture sensing of visible and invisible light with a monochromatic image sensor by using digital holography

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Visible and invisible motion-picture images are simultaneously recorded with a monochromatic image sensor by digital holography. Holographic motion-picture images of a freely swimming biological specimen at the wavelengths of 532 and 806 nm are obtained.

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