framing camera

framing camera

[′frām·iŋ ‚kam·rə]
(optics)
A motion picture camera that automatically controls the position of successive still photographs on the film so that, when the film is subsequently projected, the image will appear steady on the screen.
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The multi-frame, ultrafast framing camera is in use on the OMEGA laser to capture images of its core during high-energy-density physics experiments for analysis.
However, when scientists at Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research in Katlenburg-Lindau, Germany re-analyzed the images of this giant asteroid obtained by Dawn's framing camera, they assigned colors to different wavelengths of light and, in the process, revealed in unprecedented detail not only geological structures that are invisible to the naked eye, but also landscapes of incomparable beauty.
Specialised Imaging's SIM Ultra Fast Framing Camera can precisely measure the temperature at different points of a high-speed event.
Specialised Imaging has released photos of how its Sim-8 ultra-high-speed framing camera has been used by the Thiot Ingenierie Shock Physics Laboratory in Puybrun, France to study high-velocity impacts of aluminium spheres against an aluminium target at velocities in excess of 4000 meteres/sec.
Another shed located on the pad houses a Beckman and Whitely 189 high-speed framing camera, which is used for optical diagnosis of explosive events.
Washington, January 4 ( ANI ): The protoplanet Vesta has been witness to an eventful past - images taken by the framing camera onboard NASA's space probe Dawn show two enormous craters in the southern hemisphere.
Specialised Imaging's SIM-D Ultra-Fast Framing Camera features an updated multispectral imaging configuration.
A separate Nature study in 2015 by scientists with the Dawn framing camera team hypothesized that the bright areas contain a different kind of salt: magnesium sulfate.
Dawn's visible and infrared mapping spectrometer (VIR) and framing camera detected no accumulation of such tiny particles on Vesta, and this particular protoplanet, or almost-planet, remains bright and pristine.
The movie was produced by members of Dawn's framing camera team at the German Aerospace Center, DLR, using images from Dawn's high-altitude mapping orbit.
Seen in images from Dawn's framing camera, this pitted terrain is best preserved in sections of Marcia crater.