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20th Apr 2004, 14:16  

palmpixel says:

Like a still image from your skull during tantric sex with an indian goddess.

20th Apr 2004, 14:38

Jennifer says:

uh yeah. what she said,

20th Apr 2004, 14:49

Evil_Tim says:

Ok I give, what the hell is this?

20th Apr 2004, 15:03

Melinda says:

That is an excellently curious photo. I hope you'll tell us what you did exactly...

Alfie... no, nevermind. :P

20th Apr 2004, 15:05

Warren Ellis says:

The "night filter" system on the Nokia 3650 slows down the frames-per-second refresh on the camera -- like a low shutter speed trying to trap as much light as possible on a regular camera. Sweep the camera across your field of vision and snap at random, and you'll get an effect like this, as the camera software desperately tries to cope with motion while slowed down by the night filter.

20th Apr 2004, 16:28

Melinda says:

Sweet. Nice discovery!

20th Apr 2004, 16:49

mat am de best says:

I found that the delay between pressing the shutter and the picture being taken can be exploited in a similar fashion - fire the shutter and then immediately throw the phone in the air (with some spin on it). You can get faster (read: longer) traces this way, but you do risk smashing your gear to pieces if you miss the catch.

I used to be in a circus, so I don't drop catches (much).. : )

20th Apr 2004, 17:26

Amber says:

I'm sure Freud would have a field day with what I'm seeing in this picture.

20th Apr 2004, 17:35

Evil_Tim says:

IT'S A TV!

21st Apr 2004, 03:49

thedude says:

it looks like one of those belts with stuff on it, but if you squint and take something it could be a T.V.

8th Jun 2008, 15:38