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Anonymous 06/26/14(Thu)04:31 UTC+1 No.2349202 Report

http://www.cnet.com/news/this-chemical-iris-could-change-smartphone-cameras/
Will this be actally useful /p/?

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06/26/14(Thu)07:03 UTC+1 No.2349330 Report

Why can't it be done with existing LCD technology would be my question.

Also: what is the designed breaking strain of a k-3/k-5 strap mount lug.
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Dill 06/26/14(Thu)07:12 UTC+1 No.2349333 Report

>smartphone cameras
Does stopping a lens down even have an effect for a cropped image from a 6mm lens?

>>2349330
I think the pixeleted-edge bokeh would be a little odd. Zero delay stopdown might be useful for faster continuous shooting.
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06/26/14(Thu)07:40 UTC+1 No.2349347 Report

>>2349333
>pixeleted-edge
You mean we can't make radial arrays of LCD yet?
>Zero delay stopdown
True, but given that very few cameras can actually capture light quicker than 1/100s between leaving half-press and entering actuate states it seems like it should be at least practical in some applications.

I also imagine that it would be useful to be able to capture a slice of light where the aperture is still changing size for the duration of the exposure. Particularly if ISO was similarly scaled between two values as aperture varied.
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Anonymous 06/26/14(Thu)07:59 UTC+1 No.2349354 Report

>>2349347
>You mean we can't make radial arrays of LCD yet?

We can, but I don't think we can make them seamless.
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