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Old Apr 14, 2011, 1:10 PM   #1
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Default Bodies in motion (simulated) - hot wheels

An attempt at simulating motion using a stationary toy car and a 6P multiplier (archival)

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Old Apr 14, 2011, 10:46 PM   #2
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I've tried that before. A tad tricky but somewhat effective.
Good try. In your simulation, there's no apparent blur which implies the shutter speed is really fast to freeze frame the car (If it were actually moving). Love the idea.
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Thanks, Selvin - glad you liked it.
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Cool. Just curious: did you try any with unequal intervals, e.g., progressively smaller or larger?
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Cool. Just curious: did you try any with unequal intervals, e.g., progressively smaller or larger?
My repeaters are left over from full frame days - hard to use with the smaller APS sensors. I don't think I have ever seen any with unequal facets.

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Always wondered what to do with a repeater like this (I have one). I like this, it fits your subject.
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My repeaters are left over from full frame days - hard to use with the smaller APS sensors. I don't think I have ever seen any with unequal facets.
Oh. I didn't realize it was a hardware thing. Thought it was some kind of PP. Thanks for the explanation.
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Oh. I didn't realize it was a hardware thing. Thought it was some kind of PP. Thanks for the explanation.
They are multifaceted prisms that attach to a lens like a filter does.
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