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Sony New IMX382 Sensor Tracks Objects at 1000fps!

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Sony is not only pushing the frame rate boundaries of CMOS sensors with their Stacked technology; but now it’s implementing and improving on the design with circuitry that can track objects with pinpoint electronic precision based on pixel colors, contrast, and motion vectors. The result the IMX382 is a complete tracking sensor solution that could one day be used for full AF during high-speed video capture by accurately representing the scene.

While 1000fps is not the end all be all of high-speed frame rate, the fact that it can accurately track with very little lag the object motion in front could one day translate into perfect autofocus capability for many types of cameras. Not only the focus department is improved by this technology but now you can use the sensor in all sorts of industrial, law enforcement, traffic cameras and monitoring solutions for robotics.

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Celebrate 4th Of July with Slowmo Fireworks!

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Independence day is easily the most celebrated holiday in the United States and with good reason as it commemorates the beginning of the nation. It is also the #1 day for fireworks display in the USA.  Fireworks can be quite dangerous so stay safe if you use them; but you can also enjoy professional displays all over the country.

We have gathered a number of examples across the web of exploding fireworks in slow motion so you can get a glimpse of how these colorful and bright rockets explode and launch.   All in the safety of your screen.   BTW don’t try this at home, this sort of thing should be left to the pros!

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The Case For Monochrome High Speed!

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For many of us it seems counter intuitive to own a camera that doesn’t shoot color images.  In this day and age of technological marvels, being constrained by black and white / monochrome output on recording is a strange proposition. For the world of high speed imaging however you have to re-examine the entire debate from a benefits point of view and why it could be ideal to have monochrome instead of RGB color as your high speed option.

Depending on the intended use Monochrome might give you more bang for your buck and save you a lot of money on lighting and power requirements to run those lights.  To understand the benefits we need to dig in on why Monochrome camera sensors excel in areas where color sensors suffer and why this will hardly change with current sensor technology in the near future.

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