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A commerical, solid‐state television camera has been used to record images of soft x radiation (0.8–12 keV). The performance of the camera is theoretically analyzed and experimentally evaluated compared with an x‐ray photographic film (Kodak direct exposure film). In the application, the camera has been used to provide image patterns of x rays from laser‐produced plasmas. It is demonstrated that the camera has several advantages over x‐ray photographic film.