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High speed imaging requires a short shutter speed, and therefore a lot of light. Traditional tungsten lighting produces high quantities of heat, which can cause tremendous problems. LED lighting offers significant benefits over tungsten lights, not only as they output negligible heat, but also: White LED lights are daylight coloured so can be mixed with…

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Framing Rate vs. Shutter Speed

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Many users of high speed cameras often ask about the difference between framing rate and shutter speed (aka exposure time). Both are to do with time, and to a certain extent there is a dependancy of one on the other, so I can fully understand where the confusion comes from. In short, frames per second…

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This Blog…

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Hi, Every Friday a new post will be added to this blog, which will include a useful (hopefully) tip to help you get the best results possible from your camera; specifically your high speed camera, although most tips will be very applicable to many genres of photography. If you need any particular advice, please post,…

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Welcome to the IDT blog

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Hi camera lovers (and camera haters that just need to use them). This new blog from IDT will hopefully give you a bit of a leg up in getting better results from your camera. With so many automatic cameras about now, you may not be familiar with some of the photographic settings and terminology which…

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