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  • 3D Camera Exploits Motion-Control Technologies
    are each controlled by two pairs of axes. A motor in the pair feeds film to the camera while another reels it in. The remaining four axes control motors for the camera shutters, focus, iris, and lens convergence. Power to the motors comes from Galil's four-axis AMP-20540 500-W and AMP-20440 200-W
  • Step Motor Automates Innovative Camera
    but a continuous image on a single 66-in. roll of film. Trying the idea out by taking some photos of race cars, Graves first shot the entire roll of film with the lens covered so that no light hit the film. He then aimed his camera at a car, opened the shutter, and manually rewound the film back through
  • Automatic Mechanical Shutter & Automatic Black Reference (.pdf)
    The use of an internal mechanical shutter has become one of the most popular features on our newest Phantom camera models. This Automatic Mechanical Shutter feature automatically shades the sensor during a Current Session Reference (CSR). This allows the camera operator to do a CSR without manually
  • High-Speed Videography Using a Dense Camera Array (.pdf)
    We demonstrate a system for capturing multi-thousand frame-per-second (fps) video using a dense array of cheap 30fps CMOS image sensors. A benefit of using a camera array to capture high-speed video is that we can scale to higher speeds by simply adding more cameras. Even at extremely high frame
  • Technology Roundup: Seeing (Electronically) Is Believing
    ) effective pixels, this DSP camera has140 different parameters that can be set through the included software, allowing for precise fine-tuning. The camera features random trigger shutter, full frame output, built-in white balance, 470 TV lines resolution, along with a standard Camera Link interface
  • Auto-Exposure (.pdf)
    feature. Auto Exposure is beneficial when the overall lighting changes dramatically during a recording. As the lighting changes, the camera automatically adjusts the shutter speed to maintain a constant light level in the defined area.
  • Illumination in Imaging
    light back into the lens. The camera's minimum sensitivity is also important in determining the minimum amount of light required by the system. In addition, the CCD camera settings (gain, shutter speed, etc.) affect the sensitivity of the sensor. Fiber optic illumination usually involves an illuminator
  • Computer Power User Article - Road Warrior
    will offer such advanced camera features as a dedicated shutter button, a built-in flash (with red-eye reduction), and up to 20X digital zoom. Xpress Transfer software and Nokia LifeBlog are included to share and edit images on the phone or PC. Users

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