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One possible reason that has nothing to do with autofocus is that the image sensor must be cleared of all charge before an image is taken. Using the main image sensor for AF/composition, as is done with all liveview cameras (most of mirrorless), does require that the sensor be turned off and cleared of charge before the image is taken, otherwise you'd have ...


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It depends on the distance at which the picture is taken. According to Wikipedia: If direct flash must be used, a good rule of thumb is to separate the flash from the lens by 1/20 of the distance of the camera to the subject. For example, if the subject is 2 meters (6 feet) away, the flash head should be at least 10 cm (4 inches) away from the lens. 2 ...


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A number of reasons: The much higher speeds of focal plane shutters is more versatile than the higher flash sync of leaf shutters, which usually maxed out at 1/500 sec. Medium format focal plane shutters are more vibration-prone than smaller format shutters making a leaf shutter more desirable on larger formats. Those medium format systems with leaf ...



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