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comment Measure rolling shutter severity of image sensor scientifically
Yes I want to take photo and video footage from a moving passenger vehicle with cameras pointed to all sides - front, rear and also sides where most motion will be so RS effect will be worst. If i test sensors for RS i may not need to spend more on global shutter camera.
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comment Measure rolling shutter severity of image sensor scientifically
@Håkon K. Olafsen: I think this is not true. Small P&S cameras suffer from RS effect in video and they certainly do not use mechanical shutter for video. RS simply is reading one pixel after another during exposure which takes some time and creates image deformation of objects that are in motion.
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comment Measure rolling shutter severity of image sensor scientifically
Capturing rotation is a good idea for a lab setup. How will I exactly measure the bend? I need to start the capture when the line is exactly vertical, right? If so a video mode could be used (say 30 FPS) to catch the right frame. Also I guess a good performing (fast) RS sensor may need more RPM to show the bend at all.
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