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    Re: Studio Strobe and slower shutter speeds ( 1/4 - 1/60 )

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    Re: Studio Strobe and slower shutter speeds ( 1/4 - 1/60 )

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Sawyer View Post
    You can also divert power from the plasma conduits to the deflector dish to power the flash unit warp coils. That way the tachyon burst prolongs the shutter's relative exposure time continuum...

    Oh, wait, that's Star Trek. Never mind...
    Stuff and nonsense; you cannot change the laws of physics.
    Everyone knows that emitting a tachyon pulse will cause the shutter to be rendered inoperable for at least 4 hours, during which time you can easily disarm your average Romulan.

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