Are shutterless and global shutter the same thing? Are they mutually exclusive? Or are they used together in a camera?
I have a teledyne IR Calibir 640 camera that is shutterless (based on docs) but I'm confused about what shutterless really means.
I pulled this from their white paper (https://www.teledynedalsa.com/en/products/imaging/infrared-detectors/advanced-ir-capabilities/):
How does Shutterless operation work?
The shutterless operation is a further progression of the calibration of the camera. The camera carefully monitors itself at start up and from its first images determines the correction factors that are required to obtain consistently high quality images.
Is this even related to (global) shutters?