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Flathead pellet hitting an egg. Estimated exposure of 1/2,000,000th of a second.

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  1. §• Loose Halyard •§ 62 months ago | reply

    moved my account...just re-adding my favorites

  2. suntphoto 62 months ago | reply

    Very beautiful shot !!!

  3. MoONy ,, 61 months ago | reply

    waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw

    fav

  4. barbera* 51 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called For Eggs Only, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  5. Di's Eyes 51 months ago | reply

    Amazing capture. Well done
    Seen at: For Eggs Only

  6. tugboat1952 50 months ago | reply

    love it...super timing

  7. queen of arts 47 months ago | reply

    I'd like a shot of tequila please.*
    These are great!

    *bet you haven't heard that one before.

  8. Citte 46 months ago | reply

    Fantastica!

  9. Mr. LoLocaust [deleted] 41 months ago | reply

    Great shot! I am kind of late to the thread, but i've read through the comments and haven't seen anything on the topic, so with that said: i don't know what kind of triggering circuit your using but if it's microcontroller based it would only take one line of code to shut the laser off before the picture is taken. If your circuit is transistor based (which it likely is) then it might be a bit trickier but i know that i've seen ways of doing it out there somewhere, it might only take a single NOT gate. Just a thought...

  10. nebarnix 41 months ago | reply

    Mr Lolocaust, yeah its microcontroller based. Runs on an MSP430 which controls power to the laser through a pass FET transistor.

    Though the problem has been overcome by using an IR laser which the camera cannot see :)

  11. Joan Brunés 32 months ago | reply

    Realmente fantástica,saludos

  12. Stephanie Spencer 22 months ago | reply

    How did you do this?

  13. Mike_t_by_the_sea 4 weeks ago | reply

    EGGscellent! The splashing of the gooey insides is almost tangible!

  14. Mike_t_by_the_sea 4 weeks ago | reply


    Stehanie, this is how he did it (for your convenience I'll provide you with the EXIF link, in case you don't know where to look for it):
    www.flickr.com/photos/nebarnix/308416851/meta/in/set-7215...

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