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CS major. Want to design custom cameras

- Sun, 07 Jun 2015 04:04:20 EST juI5Twgu No.6711
File: 1433664260946.jpg -(72619B / 70.92KB, 1480x924) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. CS major. Want to design custom cameras
Title says it all. What should I study as an undergrad/in grad school to be able to have a shot a pursuing a dream? I want to reinvent cameras by breathing new life to established methods. Should I study physics too? Or engineering? What kind?
Reuben Trotdale - Tue, 16 Jun 2015 06:58:44 EST ThzzSwK2 No.6719 Reply

you're kind of fucked because camera development is an EE field not a CS one

so, assuming you want to actually make new cameras (ie a shutter system) make a simple security camera with an ardunio or make an older film camera. The quality will be laughably low but you'll learn a lot of important stuff. Also, how much experience do you have with a photo lab?

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