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DPReview TV: What is shutter angle, and why is it better than shutter speed when shooting video?

Have you heard video pros talk about using shutter 'angle' instead of shutter speed? Chris explains what shutter angle is and why it's often more useful than shutter speed for video work. Get new episodes of DPReview TV every week by subscribing to our YouTube channel! Introduction A bit of history 360-degree shutter 180-degree shutter 90-degree shutter Downsides of using shutter speed Why shutter angle is more useful than shutter speed Wrap-up dpreview.com

2019-6-27 17:00

Press text: Sony Develops a Stacked CMOS Global Shutter Image Sensor

Sony announced a new Global Shutter Image Sensor. I am wondering when we will see this one on APS-C and FF cameras! Hope soon! Press text: Sony Develops a Stacked CMOS Image Sensor Technology Using Sony’s Proprietary Global Shutter Function with Back-Illuminated Pixel Structure to Deliver Both High Imaging Performance and Miniaturization Improves Productivity of […] The post Press text: Sony Develops a Stacked CMOS Global Shutter Image Sensor appeared first on sonyalpharumors. sonyalpharumors.com

2019-3-19 19:50

Keep tabs on your Canon's shutter count (and more) with EOS Inspector 2

Amazingly, there's no built-in method to finding out how many shutter actuations your Canon DSLR has amassed. Thankfully though, there are third-party solutions to help get the job done. One such solution is the recently-updated EOS Inspector 2, a MacOS app that's improved upon the original version of EOS Inspector and created by independent Russian developer Konstantin Pavlikhin. dpreview.com

2018-7-25 19:25

Panasonic unveils 'industry-first' 8K organic image sensor with global shutter

Panasonic has developed an 8K image sensor capable of shooting 60p video, with wide dynamic range and global shutter. The latter removes the 'rolling shutter' effect from stills and video. The sensor combines an organic photosensitive film that sits atop CMOS circuitry, circumventing one of the biggest problems with traditional global shutter CMOS chips: co-located photosensitive and charge storage areas that compete with one another for space within the surface area of each pixel. dpreview.com

2018-2-22 00:45