Need To Shoot 6.1M Frames Per Second?

fast-cameraWell all that’s possible with the fastest camera-slinger in the West!

High-speed video cameras area already being used on both the entertainment and scientific front. Now the image camera can join the party. Researchers at the UCLA Henri Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science have found a way to make a camera capture 6.1 million images per second, and it’s shutter speed can reach 440 trillionths of a second. Well, that’s a mighty lot of pictures to sift through.

Well we wouldn’t advise that you use this to capture your kid’s first birthday party. On the scientific development front though, it’s the perfect device for blood analysis and finding developing tumors.

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