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    A camera that takes one trillion frames per second

    Not sure if this is a re post, some pretty keen minds at work here

    http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=3d3_1343688888
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    Amazing! Thanks for the link

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    It's been around, but it is still interesting.
    Ta for showing it.
    (I don't go much on the applause and the whoops.)
    Am.
    CC, Image editing OK.

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    Amazing.

    Imagine the disk space you'd need to record just one second of videoing.
    All my photos are taken with recycled pixels.
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    Imagine having to process all that!
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    that was inspiring to say the least....thanks.
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    Interesting. Thanks for that.
    Constructive critique of my photos is welcome and appreciated.


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    Seeing that even light travels so slowly when taking a trillion shots a second, how do they manage to photograph the light going through the bottle?

    They must have had some amazingly difficult hurdles to jump to be able to photograph the passage of light like that.

    Now that they can actually see the propogation of light, a lot of old questions can now be answered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennymiata View Post
    Seeing that even light travels so slowly when taking a trillion shots a second, how do they manage to photograph the light going through the bottle?

    They must have had some amazingly difficult hurdles to jump to be able to photograph the passage of light like that.

    Now that they can actually see the propogation of light, a lot of old questions can now be answered.
    Of course! Such fundamental questions.

    I saw another dissertation about this camera, and when I can dig up somewhere, it starts to answer those Qs, Benny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ameerat42 View Post
    Of course! Such fundamental questions.

    I saw another dissertation about this camera, and when I can dig up somewhere, it starts to answer those Qs, Benny.
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    Please, do tell Ameerat.

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    Of all the lenses to use on a 'camera' on such as device ... a camera that's capable of one trillionth of a second exposure .... an old Sigma 28-70mm f/2.8 zoom lens!

    Sigma lens owners rejoice!

    and at least they had the good sense not to use a UV/protective filter!
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    Love it. All the tests and calculations in the world that resulted in a number for the speed of light etc don't compare to actually seeing light in motion, frriken cool.

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    wow , very interesting !

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