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fotoopa D322265 3D crossview

fotoopa D322265 3D crossview

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.
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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.

Technical data:
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.

How to see 3D photos:
www.neilcreek.com/blog/2008/02/28/how-to-see-3d-photos/


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fotoopa14-Jan-2010 15:12
Thanks Kathy,

This is the first try. I work now for a new setup for better 3D. Must also works for insects in-flight next summer.
Frans
Kathy Thompson14-Jan-2010 09:09
These 3D pics are amazing. Would love to try this one day. Excellent and clever work.
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