|MadSci Network: Physics|
Hello, Thank you for your informative site on stroboscopes, but I need a bit more instruction for a project I would like to do since I have never used a stroboscope before. Recently,I inherited an electric stroboscope with a dial that adjusts the flashes per second. I would like to take a photograph of a droplet of milk as it falls and hits a plate. 1. How would I do this using the stroboscope and camera? How must the camera and strobscope be linked to photograph the motion? 2. How would I determine the proper frequency of flashes needed? I sincerely apprectiate any answers or links you can provide to help me carry out this project. LC
Re: more information on stroboscopes?
Try the links in the MadSci Library for more information on Physics.