The exhaust flow of a Pulse Detonation Combustor (PDC) is investigated for different operating conditions. The PDC consists of two units, the deflagration to detonation transition section and the exhaust tube with a straight nozzle. High-speed high-resolution schlieren images visualize the shock dynamics downstream of the nozzle. The flow dynamics during one full PDC cycle is examined via high-speed Particle Image Velocimetry. The investigated operating conditions differ in fill-fraction, which is the percentage of the tube filled with a reactive mixture. With increasing fill-fraction, the flow features grow in size and strength as the propagation velocity of the leading shock increases. The blow down process of the PDC is characterized by several exhaust and suction phases. An increase in fill-fraction results in a stronger first exhaust phase, while the subsequent suction and exhaust phases remain almost unaffected.