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 Is there a difference between shutter speed and frames per second?

Answer The frame rate is the number of frames the camera takes in a second.The shutter speed is the amount of time it takes for the camera to take each frame.Television frame rates are standardized, and w... Read More »
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What is the difference between fast shutter speed and a slow shutter speed?

Slow shutter speed - keeps the shutter curtain open for longer periods of time, e.g. when you shoot at night or in fading low light.Fast shutter speeds are used to capture action or when scene you ... Read More »
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What is the difference between iso and shutter speed on cameras?

iso is the sensitivity to lightshutter speed is the speed of the shutter
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How many seconds is a normal shutter speed i have a nikon n80 with adjustable shutter speed and i was wondering what the noraml shutter speed is?

Shutter speed depends upon available light, aperture, the subject, and camera settings. If a picture is being taken in low light with a slow lens (larger aperture number), then the shutter may need... Read More »
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What is the difference in ISO& shutter speed?

In digital photography, shutter speed refers to the amount of time a camera's shutter remains open, allowing light to hit the change-coupled device (CCD), which acts as the equivalent to film. ISO ... Read More »
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