In the context of the SLS2.0 upgrade project, the possibility to gain, in addition to the microstructure, information on the elemental distribution in a rapid manner is explored. We aim at combining energy resolved 2D detectors (e.g. Mönch) with pinholes in a camera obscura geometry. We are currently assessing the achievable spatial, temporal and energy resolution as well as the sensitivity of such a system as well as developing the required reconstruction and data processing tools. Finally, the most suitable applications are also explored.