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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by meathead19, Mar 31, 2012.
took this pic today during an Easter egg drop and had no idea blades could/would/should do this.....
That happens because of the digital camera.
Yeah, it's basically an artifact from digital processing and the way the cameras scan the image
Well, that makes feel just real smart.
Even smarter when you realize that you forgot a word.
Watch it you crazy beer guzzling while firing thousands of rounds sandlapper !!!!
Yea, digital camera artifact.
Some are pretty cool looking:
Wonder how many prop blades they store up before takeoff:
In the old movie days, was known as 'stagecoach effect'
I think they call it rolling shutter effect.
Then let me elaborate.
The camera's sensor is made out of a grid of pixels. As the sensor is exposed to light the camera's software scans the sensor row by row and in this case I would guess top to bottom.
Because of the rotation of the blades, which is fast enough, as the camera captures row after row it will get the blade in a slightly different location making it looked like the blade is flexible.
OMG, Eject, eject, EJECT
That photo is COOL