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Old Apr 22nd 2013, 03:10 PM   #1
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capturing diffraction images of light through pinholes

Hi,

I am conducting an experiment and i am displaying diffraction images of light through 2 pinholes on a DSLR camera. I get a good image with lasers but when I capture images of chromatic light i only get the top half (semi circle) image. can someone explain to me why this occurs? I think its something to do with the camera sensor and pixel ratio but i am not sure.

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