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shutter speed

In a still camera, the length of time that the shutter is open, exposing the film (analog) or CCD or CMOS sensor (digital) to light for a single image. In a camcorder, the shutter speed is the frame speed; for example, 24, 30 or 60 frames per second (fps). See exposure and shutter lag.
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Shutter Speed then achieved her most prestigious success to date when accounting for Vintage Folly in the Group 3 Musidora Stakes at York in May before finishing a close fourth - beaten just a length and a half - from a wide draw behind Senga in the French Oaks the following month.
Gosden, who had chosen to bypass Epsom with the previously unbeaten Shutter Speed, added: "A mile and a quarter looks her limit.
Shutter Speed, sent off the 4-7 favourite, beat Hugo Palmer's onceraced Vintage Folly by a length and threequarters despite the heavy ground.
The extended mile and a quarter took a little more getting than normal, but Shutter Speed is still unbeaten after three races and she will stick to that distance and head to France for the Prix de Diane.
John Gosden loves to run his good fillies in this race, winning four of the last six renewals, and Shutter Speed certainly fits the bill.
Of course, shutter speed selection is the key to achieving the desired effect.
Some notable features you should know about: While everyone knows about the B shutter speed setting, very few people know about the T.
Both work well and are based on shutter speed and ISO numbers familiar to DSLR and traditional photographers.
An exposure value (EV) is to combine a shutter speed and an f-number to be the same exposure [15].
Generally, you need to select a slower shutter speed (1/50 to 15 seconds) to allow enough light.
I chose a slow shutter speed (one-fifteenth of a second), moved the camera from right to left at the same brisk pace that he walked, and pressed the shutter button.
You will always attain the fastest possible shutter speed at any given ISO when you use the largest possible lens opening, and you will be able to attain the slowest possible shutter speed at any given ISO by using the smallest possible lens opening .