posted on Jul, 24 2015 @ 11:30 AM
originally posted by: funbox
i wonder why the moiré or grain or artefact's stay in the same pattern between shots ,that are are least a minute apart
I'm not too surprised at that. I figure that every little individual pixel sensor in the imaging system has its own unique characteristics, so when
you go from image to image they'll stay the same. That's why the sky always seems to have the same texture to it. But that's what makes the stray
"blips" more interesting. I can see where the white ones might be a result of a transient gamma ray strike acting as a kind of bright photon burst on
the sensor. But I wonder what the black ones are. I guess a gamma ray could trigger the sensor to display as black instead of white, but I don't
know. I don't think it's dust, because the focal length of the camera probably wouldn't pick that up.
I make the animations from four separate images taken minutes apart so it's easier to see both the consistent texture created by the individual
variations in the sensors, and the little stray white or black dots that only show up on one of them. Sometimes, not always.
edit on 24-7-2015
by Blue Shift because: (no reason given)