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mathis94
posted : November 5, 2015 Post subject: How to have a clear photo of a fish moving in front of a camera ?
Hello,\
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I\'m currently working on a project with Salmon fish in Norway.\
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The goal i to have a high resolution and very sharp picture of a fish moving in front of an underwater camera in the Fjords.\
I tried with a GoPro 4 using high FPS video , \"normal photo \", timelapse etc. and I always end up with a blurry picture .\
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I thought about different ways to do as :\
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- Use lights with fast shutter speed : Problem > I must not have any light reflection on the fish skin\
- Move the camera while the fish is moving : I tried at my office with a simple object, I got sharper image but it still blurry\
- Use a very high speed camera (1000fps for example) : Didn\'t try that\
- Use a very high ISO camera like the Sony a7S II : Didn\'t try that\
- Use a special algorithm for motion blurry (http://cg.postech.ac.kr/research/fast_motion_deblurring) : Try it, a bit sharper but not enough \
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What would be according to you the/your best way to do so ?\
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Thanks a lot !

 
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