Why no 'rolling shutter' effect on still images?

Started Oct 5, 2009 | Discussions thread
rdspear Veteran Member • Posts: 4,487
You mean this

It takes extremely high speeds to see the distortion associated with the subject moving as the shutter curtains move across the frame, but the physics are still there.

This from wikipedia, demonstrating the effect with a modern FP shutter

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