Taking photos of displays...
cisin at xenosoft.com
Mon Feb 28 16:17:45 CST 2005
ANY light sources other than the display will be deleterious to the image
of the display.
You should use a relatively small aperture, to give lots of depth of
focus, since a convex display is opposite the concave field of focus.
You should use an exposure that is long enough to include multiple frames,
otherwise, lack of synchronization will give you bands. OR, you could tap
into the video circuitry an use the VBI plus a short delay to synchronize.
Does anybody have a good collection of Rainbow magazine?
There was a mediocre article in it (all the really GOOD stuff about
flat field lenses, etc. got edited out)
Grumpy Ol' Fred cisin at xenosoft.com
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