Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 21 Jan 2008.
I'll have two!
with 160MP, they are going above xHD. more like Microscopic Porn
Was ignoring every single post before yours a conscious decision, or did you just do it out of habit?
Before a shuttle is attached to the stack, one of our photo groups uses a scanning-back camera to take an ultra-high-resolution image of the shuttle's belly. This gives engineers an extremely detailed picture of the shuttle before launch. They use this as a reference photo to compare with photos taken from the ISS during shuttle approach as a method to check for possible tile damage.
This camera is not designed for the casual photographer. As others have said, engineering, high-end product, and art photography are the realistic uses for this camera.
160mp? check out gigapixl http://www.gigapxl.org/gallery-Peoria.htm ....
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