3D crossview picture with the 2 cameras vertical.
This macro closeup picture is the result of a falling waterdrop and a few objects together with waterfigures. The waterfigures are a result from an special type wave on a speaker, the correct amplitude and frequency and form of the wave. This form is a digital signal into the flash of my hardware controller. Cameras are prefect synchronized in spite of that they are different types. See the setup.
Macro capture of waterfigures in 3D crossview.
The projectile touch a falling waterdrop and fly through the drop and make a splash. On the bottom, multiple figures rise upwards to the projectile.
D300 + D200 Nikon DSLR camera.
Camera space 100mm vertical.
Macro lenses 2 x Nikor AF105/2.8D micro.
Frame real live size : 80 x 120mm
F29 diafragma, manual bulb shutter mode.
4 Flashes SB-80-DX TTL controlled by the central hardware controller.
1 DE1 FPGA cyclone II mainboard at 50MHz clock.
Digital waveforms into a flash at high speed PWM, digital powercontrol, frequentie control and type waveform.
2 laser detector systems.
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