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  1. Most definitely correct. A CCD is going to blur...

    Most definitely correct. A CCD is going to blur the motion of the overall frame. A rolling-shutter CMOS is going to expose as it goes. So if something began moving late in the frame, the CCD will...
  2. Hey, thanks for stopping by and commenting! Your...

    Hey, thanks for stopping by and commenting! Your work was very interesting, and we look forward to hearing what you've come up with next.
  3. You'd have to use an extraordinarily narrow...

    You'd have to use an extraordinarily narrow angle, like maybe 10 degrees, to simulate the rolling shutter effect on a film camera.

    In most circumstances you're using a 180-degree shutter, and so...
  4. #1 is better answered by the manufacturers...

    #1 is better answered by the manufacturers themselves as to why they keep choosing rolling vs. global.

    As for #2, the type of shutter is irrelevant to the smear. In a CCD an entire line of...
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