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Analyzing thermal images of water in motion
02-24-2016, 02:46 PM
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RE: Analyzing thermal images of water in motion
FFC is the same thing as NUC. There is a shutter between the camera sensor and the lens. This shutter is used to perform a flat-field correction, or FFC. During FFC, the shutter presents a uniform temperature source to each detector element in the array. While imaging the flat-field source, the camera updates the offset correction coefficients, resulting in a more uniform image after the process is complete. More information below:

http://www.flir.com/cvs/cores/knowledgeb...view=35774
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RE: Analyzing thermal images of water in motion - Gary Orlove - 02-24-2016 02:46 PM

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