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Kinnar
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Photron is amazing
Kinnar   2/23/2014 1:16:24 PM
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Photron is a amazing design, we can say it is specially made for Olympics the slow motions from this camera will be really astonishing. Yes there will still be many applications using the technologies at its extent at this kind of international events. It would be really hard to count.

_hm
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Sochi 2014 - Magnum Opus
_hm   2/22/2014 12:43:25 PM
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@Cabe: Thanks for your inquisity and sharing information. There may be many more, however, many countries may not share them.

But all in all Kudos to Russia and Putin for this breath taking Magnus Opum. So much of work and so wonderful result. I love Sochi.

Susan Rambo
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Lockheed Martin can't even help
Susan Rambo   2/21/2014 1:58:52 PM
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Page 6 "Sometimes new technology can hinder an athlete's performance, even when competing in the Olympics." Maybe Team USA might have been better off with a Catwoman/Batman suit. (probably not)

wilber_xbox
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thanks but nothing new
wilber_xbox   2/21/2014 12:24:59 PM
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Thanks Cabe for providing your point of view on interesting tech in winter. I am thankful to you actually to tell me what curling is as a sport. The most interesting tech that i find is the high speed camera that give the best images in slow motion...terrific images. 



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