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How does shutter work when shooting videos? [closed]

I am a little confused about the concept of shutter speed in video shooting mode. I assume that the "shutter speed" means how fast the shutter would open and close. When this happens, I would hear a ...
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How can I get good pictures of a fast-moving child without high FPS?

Do I need high FPS to get good pictures of children? If I have a camera with a relatively slow burst rate, is it still possible to get pictures as good as I could get by holding down the shutter ...
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Is the Nikon D4's advertised frame rate for 14-bit capture?

Question about the the advertised 10 frames per second speed for the Nikon D4. Is this frame rate for 14-bit or 12-bit. If it is 10 frames/sec at 12-bit, what is frame rate at 14-bit. Reason I ask is ...
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Does fps relate to still photography or videography?

As a beginner, how much importance should I give to the FPS feature of a camera? How is the price of a DSLR related to the FPS? Directly or inversely? I was under the naive impression that FPS was a ...
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What can limit frames per second on a mirrorless camera?

I'm looking at the specs of the recently announced Sony A7 against the specs of the NEX-7, and I am confused about one detail: the amount of shots it can take per second. The NEX-7 can capture 10 ...
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Camera/Still Resolution vs Video Resolution

Why do high resolution cameras shoot stills at high resolutions, but only typically shoot video at 1080p which is about 2 megapixels? For example I have a Sony-NEX 6 which can shoot stills at 16 ...
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Can I capture still images on my DSLR at the same rate as shooting HD video? (30 fps)

I have a Canon Rebel T3i DSLR. It looks like it can do 30 fps in HD video mode. However, I'd like to capture still images at 30 fps—is this possible somehow? Would I have to resort to some ...
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Is there any library other than gphoto2 to use remote capture in Canon G10?

I am using gphoto2 library to remote capture on my Canon G10.It does not take photos at the required frame rate.Currently i have not been able to achieve fastest the camera can achieve which is ...
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Buffer and number of burst mode photos …

Is there a relation between the camera's buffer and number of photographs which can be shot at a given fps? Let's say a camera can shoot 12 photos at 10fps. Then is it when the buffer is filled with ...
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Getting raw data of each frame from DSLR video capture [closed]

I want to use a DSLR pro Nikon D3s to record a video and extract the raw data of each frame (like the raw data out of RAW image). So if I record with 24 fps, then I would practically have 24 images ...
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When does the first row of the next frame of CMOS sensor begin its exposure?

I want to ask about the starting time of a new frame in a sequence of frames captured by a CMOS sensor. Assume that the readout time of the entire sensor is 10ms, and the exposure time is less than ...
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is framerate the same for video as for photo? [duplicate]

If a DSLR can record 1080p video at 60fps, why is it only capable of continunous shooting at, maybe 5fps? If frames per second are frames per second why can't you take 60 photographs per second? Is ...
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What is a pragmatic and usable fps burst rate on a digital P&S?

My digital P&S has a range of fps burst rates: 2, 5, 10, 40, 60. Of course with the higher you go, there is a decreasing quality. Whichever, I have found that light is often a problem, and I ...
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Readout time vs Frame rate of CMOS sensor

In many articles about CMOS sensor, I usually find that the relationship between readout time and frame rate is: (1) Readout time=1/Frame rate But Jia, C., & Evans, B. L. (2013, December) ...