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Velocity Synchronized Fourier Transform Hologram Camera System

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Methods for recording holograms of hypervelocity particles were studied. It was assumed that the particle would move an appreciable distance during the exposure time. The problem was to find a method of maintaining stationary hologram interference fringes as the object moved within the field of view. A Fourier transform method employing an interferometer and using a reference beam produced by back reflection from the object was found to be conceptually correct. The stationarity of the approach was demonstrated experimentally. It was also proven possible to change arbitrarily the position of the reconstructed image relative to the hologram axis.

© 1970 Optical Society of America

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