While I’m not convinced that anyone else shares my passion for polygraph machines – well, this one at least – I thought I’d post these two anyway. And I do have one more that I’ll use some time over the next couple of days, but that’s it, there’ll be no more after that ;-)

Over the last couple of days I’ve been trying to work out why I’m so drawn to this machine, and I haven’t really been able to come up with an answer. It’s been in our department since I joined eight years ago, and I think that it was used up until fairly recently as an EEG machine – now replaced by a rather boring plastic box hooked up to a computer. And while I think it’s an intrinsically interesting item to photograph, it also seems a really impressive piece of equipment. All that said I think this may just be to do with the fact that it seems i) really well made, and ii) extremely complex ;-)

I did think about posting these two shots as seperate entries but the top one isn’t all that dissimilar from the first one in this series. And I think that the two images work well together but are, perhaps, a little weak on their own.

camera
capture date
aperture
shutter speed
shooting mode
exposure bias
metering mode
ISO
focal length
image quality
white balance
optical filter
 
Canon G5
1.18pm & 1.50pm on 2/2/04
f2.0
1/10 & 1/20
aperture priority
+0.0
evaluative
50
7.2mm
RAW
custom
B+W UV 010
 
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