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REALLY slow motion photography...

Sportymonk

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"RE: REALLY slow motion photography..."

Sportymonk Registered since 16th Jul 2007
Sat 17-Dec-11 12:31 PM

Maybe I need my morning coffee but it would seem to capture photo of a light particle, the camera would have to move faster than the speed of light (which while being theoretically discussed lately, I am sure cameras can't achieve that speed). Also it seems you would get into the uncertainty principle that by the time you observe the event and the data comes back to the camera / you, the photon has moved. I don't know, this seems more like an "Onion" article.

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A general, generic topic REALLY slow motion photography... [View all] , KenLPhotos Gold Member , Wed 14-Dec-11 10:58 AM
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