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Topic Title: 70,000,000,000,000 Frames per second
Topic Summary: New camera feature on the I-phone?
Created On: 05/13/2020 11:15 AM
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worksuxgetsponsered

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Hell no, but really cool none the less.

World's fastest camera that can record 70 TRILLION frames per second could capture nuclear fusion and radioactive molecule decay for the first time
70 trillion frames per second is fast enough to see waves of light travelling during radioactive molecule decay
It combines a laser that emits extremely short pulses of light that last only one quadrillionth of a second
The system could enable new research in fundamental physics, next-gen semiconductors and life sciences


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 05/13/2020 02:00 PM
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StirfryMcflurry

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Will we finally get some decent footage of those darn UFO's?

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 05/13/2020 03:39 PM
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worksuxgetsponsered

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I think they did...


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 05/13/2020 09:46 PM
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HAPDigital

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Originally posted by: worksuxgetsponsered

Hell no, but really cool none the less.



World's fastest camera that can record 70 TRILLION frames per second could capture nuclear fusion and radioactive molecule decay for the first time

70 trillion frames per second is fast enough to see waves of light travelling during radioactive molecule decay

It combines a laser that emits extremely short pulses of light that last only one quadrillionth of a second

The system could enable new research in fundamental physics, next-gen semiconductors and life sciences




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If I can't see it in 29 frames or less it never happened.

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 05/14/2020 06:14 AM
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Today's consumer imaging technology is amazing. Cellphone makers have the coolest stuff--they have enormous markets and can afford huge investments. Ordinary camera makers are left far behind, but "far behind" is still impressive. I'm delighted to have a camera that starts shooting when you half-depress the button but doesn't save anything until you push it all the way. Saves valuable seconds. It also focus-tracks moving objects. Not perfectly, but good enough to save what might be lost. Still subjects? Image stabilization means you can often get a fine hand-held exposure where in the past you'd need a tripod. Light too contrasty? Do three quick images at slightly different exposures and blend them. Want a panorama? Easy. Back in film days, that would have been magic. There were darkroom magicians to be sure, but today's astounding. But I'm in awe of the early surf movie makers. Bruce Brown's work still looks fine. Thanks be to digital for preserving it.
 05/17/2020 09:36 AM
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Greensleeves

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a cool 70 trill. Impressive!

Not sure I have enough space on my refurbbed 5s

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