Image sensors, as used on still and video cameras.

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What can be a low-budget way of creating thermal imaging shots?

I would like to achieve "thermograph" shots such as the ones made famous by films like Predator: From what I could glean here and there, thermal imaging isn't very cheap, and the cheapest cameras ...
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Understanding Image stabilization and blur in an action camera

I am a bit stuck in choosing an action camera to be used for sailing. I have been watching some comparison videos and I have come to some kind of generic conclusion which I would like for some experts ...
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Focus in Video vs Focus in Image

This is kind of a weird question, but how does focus in video work? I understand how focus works for single, still images. And, I understand that a video is a sequence of images. However, unlike ...
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I want to insert my photo as background in my video which has white background

I just recorded a video of myself talking with background as white screen.Now i want to add my photo in that video, so that the final output should be like myself talking in a video with my photo in ...
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Is a 1/2.3" sensor good enough for tv?

I just purchased a Panasonic HC-X1000 but now having second thoughts because I only now learned that the image sensor, being a tiny 1/2.3" sensor, is no better than that in a compact camcorder or ...
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Image plane mark on Grass Valley Infinity

I'm working on a Grass Valley Infinity and for a specific application I need to know the image plane position (ie sensor position). But I can't find the image plane mark like this : So I have two ...
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Minimising image noise within the recording of indoor office environments

Background I have a Panasonic HDC-HS700 camera that I am using to record indoor office scenes. The scenes are illuminated predominantly by fluoro lighting, with little natural light, however there ...
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Avoiding motion blur from a network camera

I'm a newbie here. I have a problem that I don't really understand. Hopefully, someone can share their experience. If I have an ip camera of 1) 640x480(sensor width = 3.6mm), 2) focal length from ...
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What is the current status of rolling-shutter-free CMOS sensors on the market?

It is now common to have CMOS pixel matrices inside DSLRs and video cameras. However, when acquiring movies, these sensors suffer from artifacts known as rolling shutter effect, since they are due to ...
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Does anybody get a strobing effect when filming video with the D90?

I often shoot indoors for interviews with my D90, but I often get a sort of strobing with it. Check out the attached picture, to help you see it on a picture, I added red marking, so simply look on ...