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Nov 10, 2012 01:13 |  #1

not sure if this has been posted before but I couldn't find it.
MIT has built a camera that can capture the movement of light. I thought it was interesting.


http://www.facebook.co​m …hg8%23t%3D12s&h​=JAQHo58Bf (external link)

hope I posted this in the right section.


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Nov 10, 2012 02:16 |  #2

jdetmold wrote in post #15228897 (external link)
not sure if this has been posted before but I couldn't find it.
MIT has built a camera that can capture the movement of light. I thought it was interesting.


http://www.facebook.co​m …hg8%23t%3D12s&h​=JAQHo58Bf (external link)

hope I posted this in the right section.

Hadn't seen this, quite awesome! Also noticed one of the lenses on the Femto camera was a Sigma 28-70 :p


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Nov 10, 2012 02:26 |  #3

I watch most of the Ted talks....and saw this one already....


So if God made Man & Woman....whats his excuse for Nikon...

  
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Nov 10, 2012 03:26 |  #4

tfd888 wrote in post #15228992 (external link)
Hadn't seen this, quite awesome! Also noticed one of the lenses on the Femto camera was a Sigma 28-70 :p

ya I thought that was funny considering what the camera must have cost a sigma lens seems underwhelming somehow


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