Once Upon A Time, Film Ruled High-Speed Photography (Video)
Aug 21, 2013 09:11
High speed digital cameras are a relatively new technology. Up until recently, film still reigned in supremacy. The earliest known high speed photography took place as far back as 1878. In 1940 a patent was filed for a rotating mirror camera that could capture a million frames per second, which would come in handy documenting the first atomic explosions.
The video below takes a look at a high speed camera called the Fastax developed by Bell Labs after Kodak couldn't produce one fast enough for the company's needs. Check it out below: [YouTube via PetaPixel]
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