NASA Uses New High Dynamic Range Camera For Rocket Test Analysis

The camera is NASA’s High Dynamic Range Stereo X, HiDyRS-X for short.  It records high speed, high dynamic range footage in multiple exposures simultaneously for use in analyzing rocket engine tests.

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