We report a technique, which uses an area-scan camera to record the interference spectrum. Traditional point-scanning is remained in this streak-mode FDOCT so that the small aperture of the single-mode fiber functions as a confocal gate and screens multiply scattered photons very well. While the sample beam is scanning the specimen laterally, the interference spectrum is physically scanned on the area scan camera using a streak scanner. Therefore, pixels of the camera are illuminated by the spectrum of OCT signal row by row, corresponding to each A-scan at different lateral position. A unidirectional B-scan of 700 lines is obtained in 1 ms; thus, an A-scan time of 1.4 μs is achieved. A Day 4 chick embryo sampled is imaged using this method. This technique is highly potential for multi-Megahertz OCT imaging.© (2011) COPYRIGHT Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE). Downloading of the abstract is permitted for personal use only.