Photography means writing with light—so what happens when a team of MIT students develop a camera that can shoot at the speed of light? The ability to record depth within an image—even when working with translucent objects or fog. And if that’s not remarkable enough, it only cost $500. Here’s how it works:

Original: The Camera That Shoots At The Speed of Light

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Hillary Grigonis

When Hillary Grigonis isn't writing, she's shooting—with her camera that is. A freelance writer and photographer, she's always keeping track of the latest photography news and gadgets. Follow her on Facebook or Google+.

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