A Glimpse of Your Shutter in Action

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Designer Dale, Mar 17, 2011.

  1. Designer Dale macrumors 68040

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    A good illustration of why mirror lock-up mode can be useful for maximum sharpness.

    What amazes me the most is how "jiggly" the aperture blades are as they close down. Almost as if they have not totally settled by the time the shutter curtains are in motion.

    Is this the same one that has been going around for a couple of years, or a new one?

    Ruahrc
     
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    I looked the original up on YouTube and it was first posted in '09. It was new to me.

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    Really cool! Anyone know the name of the song?

    edit: nevermind, Soundhound to the rescue
     
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    And it is...

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    Unbelievable engineering! Can't even see the sensor :eek:
    Thanks for posting Dale.
     

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