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benji25
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Aug 12, 2014 08:59 |  #1

The 12-man science team has just revealed an extremely speedy camera that can take pictures of chemical reactions (in burst mode, as those are impossible to capture in a single shot) at 450 x 450 pixels. It's called the Sequentially Timed All-optical Mapping Photography or STAMP cam, and it can capture consecutive images at a rate of one per every one-trillionth of a second. To note, other high-speed cameras capture one image per every one-billionth of a second. The device is supposed to be 1,000 times faster than comparable models and has even managed to snap a picture of heat conduction (a process that takes, oh, 1/6th the speed of light) during a test.

http://www.engadget.co​m ...amera-chemical-reactions/external link

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Aug 12, 2014 23:18 |  #2

Femto-frames. Get used to the new term. Hopefully we'll be seeing and hearing a lot about it soon.


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Aug 12, 2014 23:35 |  #3

What ISO does it need to shoot at to get adequate exposure at such fast shutter speeds?




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Aug 14, 2014 20:28 |  #4

Shadowblade wrote in post #17092658external link
What ISO does it need to shoot at to get adequate exposure at such fast shutter speeds?

Probably depends on the light and aperture and sensor size.

But equivalent? Just double your ISO and cut your shutter speed in half until you get to 1 trillionth of a sec.


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Aug 15, 2014 00:22 |  #5

battletone wrote in post #17096898external link
Probably depends on the light and aperture and sensor size.

But equivalent? Just double your ISO and cut your shutter speed in half until you get to 1 trillionth of a sec.

1/4000 100
1/8000 200
1/16,000 400
1/32,000 800
1/64,000 1600
1/128,000 3200
1/256,000 6400
1/512,000 12800
1/millionth 25600
1/2M 51200
1/4M 102,400
1/8M 204,800
1/16M 409,600
1/32M 819,200
1/64M 1.6M
1/128M 3.2M
1/256M 6.4M
1/512M 12.8M
1/billionth 25.6M
1/2M 51.2M
1/4M 102.4M
1/8M 204.8M
1/16M 409.6M
1/32M 819.2M
1/64M 1.6B
1/128M 3.2B
1/256M 6.4B
1/512M 12.8B
1/trillionth 25.6B

someone check my math, but i got ISO 25.6 billion on a sunny day




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Aug 16, 2014 00:22 |  #6

Hmmmm. Maybe a bit noisy on those upper ISO's? We'll see when images are released. Hopefully they'll be exposing properly and with good light so noise isn't much of an issue.


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Aug 18, 2014 11:32 |  #7

Assuming a standard medium quality JPEG size of 30KB for the 450x450 resolution, we are talking 30,000 TB to store a 1 second burst.

And it would take almost 16,000 years to quick preview that 1 second burst at the speedy rate of 2 image views per second.

I'm assuming the sequence is only for maybe 100 frames or something, or the logistics just becomes unfathomable.


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DavidWatts
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Aug 18, 2014 22:02 |  #8

Vantablack(™), and then this news. Boggles the mind what might be next.


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Aug 18, 2014 22:53 |  #9

if there would be a url of the image that would be great. So, we can identify that how the image should be look like.A camera which is capable of capturing chemical reaction is a deal breaker thing that is in Burst mode.




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Aug 19, 2014 02:45 |  #10

I'll wait until the picture is 36MP.
Pfft, amateurs... ;)


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Aug 19, 2014 17:19 |  #11

Is it a different camera to this one from a couple of years back?

http://www.dailymail.c​o.uk ...avelling-slow-motion.htmlexternal link




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