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    Inside a DSLR at 10,000 fps

    Want to see how your mirror and shutter work in slo-mo?

    You might also learn some stuff you did not know about how your camera works. Watch out for the cork.

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    Very cool video. When you stop and think about it the mechanics in a DSLR are pretty amazing. Thanks for posting Rick.

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    Rick, are you a slo-mo guys junkie? Very interesting video, a great find, thanks for passing it on.

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    Also interesting to note that the speed of the shutter, from 1/1000th to 1/8000th appears to be the same, it's just the gap between the 1st & 2nd curtain that changes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter50 View Post
    Rick, are you a slo-mo guys junkie? Very interesting video, a great find, thanks for passing it on.
    Not a slo-mo guys junkie, I only found them on youtube a couple of days ago and looked a few things that were interesting from a photographic point of view.

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    Yes it was interesting. Thanks

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    I think this is a video every DSLR owner should watch, particularly if trying to take flash. It makes sense of the terms first and second curtain. Thanks!

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    Very interesting stuff! Thanks for sharing Rick!!

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    Very cool.
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    How very interesting! - And entertaining!

    Some people have ALL* the fun

    * As seen with a rolling shutter
    CC, Image editing OK.

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    Yes very interesting.

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