Exposure calculation

The exposure of the frame starts immediately after the shutter opens. If there are moving objects in space, then during the click they have time to move and become slightly blurry in the photo.

Shutter speed is the time it takes for the shutter to open. It allows you to create the effect of a frozen movement or blur an object. If you learn how to take different shutter speeds, you can create photographs in various styles.

The parameter is measured as a unit divided by a number:

A value of 1/500 indicates that the click will occur after 1/500 of a second. This is a short enough delay that even race cars come out crisp.
By increasing the time to 1/125th of a second, walking people will not become blurry, but cars will lose their clarity.
If the shutter opens after 1/50th of a second, the risk of a bad shot due to hand shake increases.
To set a parameter, you must use the setting priority mode. It is denoted by the symbols TV and S. In addition, it helps to make exposure compensation.

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