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How to Use a Digital Camera as a Metering Device
Author(s): T. V. Mironova; Alexander Kraiski
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Book Description

This Spotlight discusses how to use a standard commercial digital camera as a very exact metering device in correlation, colorimetric, and intensity measurements. After extracting and calibrating linear data from the camera matrix, the resulting characteristics are comparable with those of technical cameras.

Book Details

Date Published: 11 November 2016
Pages: 48
ISBN: 9781510604988
Volume: SL22

Table of Contents
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1 Introduction
1.1 Geometrical and correlation measurements
1.2 Intensity measurements
     1.2.1 Linear data extraction from the matrix of a commercial camera
1.3 Colorimetric and spectral measurements

2 Digital Image Correlation: Principle and Accuracy
2.1 Landscape analysis
2.2 Strain analysis
2.3 Flow investigation
2.4 Background oriented schlieren
2.5 Measurement of distortion

3 Intensity Measurements

4 Colorimetric and Spectral Measurements
4.1 Colorimetry principles
4.2 Colorimetric measurements
4.3 Measurement of the wavelength
4.4 Measurement of the wavelength: Graphic formats
4.5 Measurement of the wavelength: RAW format 38

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Preface

This Spotlight discusses how to use a standard commercial digital camera as a very exact metering device in correlation, colorimetric, and intensity measurements. After extracting and calibrating linear data from the camera matrix, the resulting characteristics are comparable with those of technical cameras.

Tatiana Mironova
Alexander Kraiski
November 2016


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