Sandia Lab announces its 2016 R&D Award winners. One of them is a very fast X-Ray Imager:
"The UXI camera is capable of taking images with an exposure time of only 1.5 ns, and taking extremely close sequential images within the same experiment. UXI was developed to take two, 2 ns x-ray images with high, 25 µm, spatial resolution. Our device consists of a 1024 x 448-pixel array of 25 µm pixels with two frames of 1.5 million electron in-situ pixel storage, associated readout decode circuitry, parallel output analog buffering for pixel data read off and high-speed timing generation and distribution blocks."