Shutter Shock a myth

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Nigel Wilkins
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Re: Shutter Shock a myth
In reply to Horshack, 3 months ago

Horshack wrote:

captura wrote:

Horshack wrote:

cosmonaut wrote:

I understand needing different settings for different effects. But explain to me how a fixed sensor, made in to the PC board and fixed into the camera can move inside the camera?

For the same reason that solid earth can vibrate during an earthquake - vibration moves through the material itself. And with different materials inside the camera each will resonate at a different frequency.

Watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KuGizBjDXo#t=20s

It's a synpathetic harmonic vibration effect which can be extremely destructive and self-perpetuating in the most extreme examples. Tesla proved that wit some of his experiments. Sny knows how to tune the effect out of it's cameras for the most part. EFCS in the A7 provides additional preventive support.

Yep. Flutter is one of my favorite topics to read about

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpJBvQXQC2M#t=44s

So, what makes you think internal resonance is the problem?  The fact that it reduces in effect with focal length suggests otherwise.

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