Shutter Speed


A camera’s shutter speed is the length of time the film or image sensor is exposed to light for each frame of video. Limiting that exposure time helps capture fast moving objects but stutters the motion. Extending exposure time creates a smoother motion and increases motion blur. Cinematographers utilize these different speeds to create different effects, adjusting exposure time according to the shutter formula. (E=F*360degrees/S)

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