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The electronic shutter speed is limited by the rate at which the camera reads the image data from the sensor. For most CMOS sensors, and therefore most regular DSLRs, the camera reads image data from it progressively, rather than reading all the image data instantaneously. As it reads, it resets the data held by those pixels. If this process takes, for ...


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I don't really know what you're asking about. If you want to capture sharp and clear images of moving paper, its speed isn't really relevant. What's important is rather the angular velocity of the details you want to capture. If the paper is far away it would be no problem to take a picture. A more detailed shot of the paper could end up blurry (the angular ...



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