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#1 John Sprung

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Posted 01 October 2009 - 04:21 PM

This sounds interesting, here's an article:

http://www.televisio...m/article/88078

I'm wondering how they deal with interaxial distance....




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#2 Russell Scott

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Posted 08 October 2009 - 10:59 PM

This sounds interesting, here's an article:

http://www.televisio...m/article/88078

I'm wondering how they deal with interaxial distance....




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if I were to guess, the left and right images are only using a fraction of the lens, and the CCD will be small too. this would act as a separation multiplier. Or since its likely this is only for close action, perhaps it will only have a maximum effective separation of ~1-2cm and you need to have a long lens on it....

but I'm only guessing. very interesting
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