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light captured in by slow motion camera wth

 
Anonymous Coward
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light captured in by slow motion camera wth
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Re: light captured in by slow motion camera wth
If you can't see the structure of the light particle itself I'm not that impressed.
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Re: light captured in by slow motion camera wth
this is about time progression not magnification durp
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Re: light captured in by slow motion camera wth
this is about time progression not magnification durp
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Are you saying that by slowing an object down its shape does not become more clearly defined? Dumbass.
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Re: light captured in by slow motion camera wth
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He said if they filmed a bullet traveling the same distance with that camera, it would take a YEAR to watch the movie. That is one fast camera. I liked the part where they bounced photons of light off the door and saw the hidden mannequin inside the room.
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