Fastest Camera Ever Built Uses Lasers

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    ...fastest camera ever. It can take 6.1 million pictures in a single second, at a shutter speed of 440 trillionths of a second...more
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    incredible technology. Guess I'll have to buy a bigger CF card.. lol.

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    incredible technology. Guess I'll have to buy a bigger CF card.. lol.
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    Just read and was coming here to post this. That is really friggin fast.
    Wonder how the image quality would be?

    Article I read... http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/8025211.stm

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    hmz, what will i capture at that speed? time itself.

    i dont' think it will be useful in real life, ( barring researchers) objects in life dont' move that fast anyway.

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    Yeah yeah yeah, but how many MP and is it an APS-C or full-frame sensor?



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    Yeah yeah yeah, but how many MP and is it an APS-C or full-frame sensor?



    Canon might want to hire that optoelectronic specialist.
    3,000 pixels.

    But the real question is what's it for?
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