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The World's Fastest Camera Can Shoot 10 Trillion Frames Per Second

5 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Researchers have created a new world's fastest camera. Called T-CUP, the camera can capture a mind-boggling 10 trillion frames per second.
The camera was developed by scientists at the INRS branch of the Université du Québec in Canada, and it doubles the previous record speed. Lund University's FRAME camera boasted 5 trillion frames per second in 2017 , beating out MIT's one-trillion-frame-per-second camera of 2011.
At 10 trillion frames per second, T-CUP is able to freeze time in order to see and study things that are traditionally too fast to visualize - things like laser pulses can be...
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