Discussion in 'News - Discussion' started by CSBC, Sep 1, 2016.
For video, we can kiss goodbye to rolling shutter artefacts.
Doesn't that mean there is no need for a focal plane shutter?
In other words you can have a full electronic camera with such a sensor. No moving parts at all apart from controls
Not just video......
....that is distortion from a focal plane shutter at a high shutter speed. As you go past max flash sync speed a focal plane shutter no longer exposes the entire image at the same time and introduces distortion in a similar way to a rolling electronic shutter reading line by line.
Did you move the camera or the pencil during the exposure? I know a focal plane shutter introduces distortion in a moving subject - this page has some classic examples http://www.readytogo.net/smb/threads/interesting-photographs.997237/page-216 but how can it introduce distortion if the camera and the subject don't move relative to one another?
Yes, the pencil was moving. Iirc it was with my 7D at 1/8000th and TS-E 90mm so drawing distortion wouldn't matter.
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