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Re: 1/10% Time distortion between load and camera reference frame

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  • Harvey D Norris
    ... In slow motion I can see each hundredth of a sec on the clock/with a two number jump every 20 or so pics. The scan time of the camera is .033 sec
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 4, 2013
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      --- In teslafy@yahoogroups.com, "Harvey D Norris" <harvich@...> wrote:
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      > I believe that the camera does not merely take a still picture on every of 30/sec snapshots, it actually takes a moving picture frame during that 30 ms. Now this sounds like heresy because to use the oscilloscope to proove is heresy, for the simple fact of phosphor trace of the signal itself. Many things may happen in 33 ms, and a scope trace shows this in its history because that portion of the screen as the trace still glows long after the scope beam has excited it. Thus I need to do a movie of a fast moving physical phenomenon, and then send it to the VLC program for frame by frame analysis. I have selected 20x20x20 Rubik's Cube Solve (HQ)
      > http://youtu.be/FnbPhwajuqg
      > This one should be perfect for the analysis since it also has the fast moving clock.
      In slow motion I can see each hundredth of a sec on the clock/with a two number jump every 20 or so pics. The scan time of the camera is .033 sec
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