Photo-finish test mode (3072 line pairs/sec)

Number of images: 11
Created on: Monday 05 September 2005


thumbs/running_scene.jpg
running_scene.jpeg
This is the normal image from the camera rotated 90 degrees CCW so the sensor row is vertical. In photo-finish mode only 2 rows in the very center (minimum to have color image) are acquired at 3072 fps (maximum for the sensor when the whole 2048 pixel line is used, as the sensor needs minimum of 4 vertical blank rows).
Below are 8 frames, each consisting of 768 2-line sensor frames. Division into such frames was made for simplicity of the output data handling using current software, actually there are no gaps between individual frames and they all make an single indefinitely long one. These 8 images are oriented how the frames come out from the camera - sensor row being horizontal.
thumbs/running07_01.jpg
running07_01.jpeg
thumbs/running07_02.jpg
running07_02.jpeg
thumbs/running07_03.jpg
running07_03.jpeg
thumbs/running07_04.jpg
running07_04.jpeg
thumbs/running07_05.jpg
running07_05.jpeg
thumbs/running07_06.jpg
running07_06.jpeg
thumbs/running07_07.jpg
running07_07.jpeg
thumbs/running07_08.jpg
running07_08.jpeg
thumbs/running07.jpg
running07.jpeg
This is a composite image made by rotating the 8 fragments 90 degrees CCW and joining them in Gimp (not perfectly). Each 2 pixel wide column correspond to 1/3072 of a second. No time stamps yet, but it will be not so difficult to implement.
thumbs/running07_quater.jpg
running07_quater.jpeg
Here - the same image scaled horizontally 4 times (so 1 pixel column - 1/1536 of a second)