Kodak bends laws of physics

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by RichA, Aug 3, 2005.

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    RichA Guest

    Read this about their new camera. They've figured out a way to slow
    down things like motor racing so you can record the action at a slower
    shutter speed. :)

    Optical image stabilization, combined with the advanced, hybrid AF
    system (25 selectable points), provides a 2-stop advantage over
    non-Image Stabilized systems for better capturing subjects in low
    light for both still and video. For instance, if a particular scene
    called for at least a 1/500 shutter speed to “stop” the action under
    normal circumstances, the EASYSHARE P850 could deliver the same effect
    with a much slower 1/125 shutter speed, resulting in a bright yet
    crisp image.
     
    RichA, Aug 3, 2005
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    Norm Dresner Guest

    That's what happens when you let advertising types write about technical
    stuff. About as coherent -- and accurate -- as I probably would be writing
    about advertising.

    Norm
     
    Norm Dresner, Aug 3, 2005
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