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Camera flashes to end blinding splurge

Discussion in 'Technology News' started by NewsBytes, Jul 21, 2009.

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    A new development by Dilip Krishnan and Rob Fergus of New York University allows a camera to photograph images at night without an intrusive visible flash. Once their development reaches mainstream cameras, you can say good bye to persistent visions of splotches after a photo-shooting session with your friends.

    Camera flashes flood a scene with light to get better details in low-light conditions, but what if the flash light used was invisible? Or more accurately, what if instead of using visi...

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    Most digital SLRs have an integrated pop¬up flash. What's great about them is that they're a very convenient source of light: you don't have to carry around a large flashgun and it cuts down the size and weight of your camera set-up. Another wonderful point to note is that they generally give good results when used properly, and are fully integrated with your camera's internal metering system.
     
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