DSLR Image Capture vs Video Recording??

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Nakul M
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DSLR Image Capture vs Video Recording??
7 months ago

Hello everyone!

I just had a question which has been bothering me for a bit. When DSLRs record video, the mirror is up, therefore blocking the viewfinder. How come the sensor is constantly exposed when recording video (essentially capturing 30 or 60 images per second), but when capturing images, the mirror must expose the sensor for a certain amount of time depending on how the shutter speed is set?

I just wanted an in-depth explanation about the difference in the mechanics and science between image capture and video recording on a DLSR.

If possible, could any of you also tell me how mirrorless differs image capture wise??

I know I've asked some pretty technical questions, but I'd appreciate it if you could help me out a bit!

Much thanks,

Nakul M

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