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Why Do Cameras Do This?

What's the difference between these two pictures? The one on the left was taken by a high-speed camera, while the one on the right was taken by a scanning digital camera (in a phone). You can see the rolling shutter effect in action while the camera scans. That doesn't mean the pictures weren't further manipulated, if you notice the text on the propellor blades.

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Destin Sandlin of Smarter Every Day explains the rolling shutter effect and how it happens. Wait until you see what the effect does to a fidget spinner, a guitar, and a spinning coin! -via Everlasting Blort


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