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Enhanced version of Chris 73's Image:Water_drop_animation.gif.

"Animation of a water drop on a faucet (tap). The image consists of 18 individual images, out of a series of ca. 300 images. The animation is not a series of the same drop, but different pictures of different drops arranged to make them look like a series of pictures of one drop."

This version was exposure and position registered. The non-moving parts were sync. averaged to reduce noise. Interframe differences were suppressed to reduce file size. Then this was scaled for display size because the mediawiki scaling of animated gifs is non-optimal. A high resolution version is also available Image:Water drop animation enhanced.ogg.

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