Working of a DSLR Camera Shutter at 10,000 Frames Per Second

The Slow Mo Guys, a popular channel on YouTube, which won many fans with its slow motion videos in high definition, has come back with another amazing clip, yet gain.

This time, it is how the DSLR camera shutter works. Most people who own a DSLR do not really know it works. To be honest, 75% of them do not even know how to use one, and they use it as a point and shoot camera. This action is actually so fast, that it had to be filmed at 10,000 frames per second to make it visible to the human eye. When we click a shot, we only hear the sound of the DSLR camera shutter opening and closing. But if you had noted, the sound of a DSLR camera shutter would be much different than the ordinary one.

If you have watched the video above, you would have understood how the DSLR camera shutter works. If you did not, watch it again, till you understand. It is a very detailed clipping, but understandable by anyone who uses a camera. Now we all know what is behind that sophisticated shutter sound.

Written and Edited by Kemmy for The Wheels and Chips Journal

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