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From Ancient Greek στρόβος (stróbos, twisting, whirling) +‎ -scope.

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stroboscope (plural stroboscopes)

  1. Instrument for studying or observing periodic movement by rendering a moving body visible only at regular intervals.
  2. A lamp that produces short bursts of light that synchronizes with a camera shutter for photographing fast-moving objects.
  3. A photograph produced by such a machine.

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EtymologyEdit

strobo- +‎ -scope

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stroboscope m (plural stroboscopes)

  1. stroboscope

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