Samsung MEMS cameraphone shutter Here's a pic of Samsung's clever micro electro-mechanical (MEMS) shutter, designed to make high-megapixel cameraphones take rather better photos than they currently can. The tiny shutter - it's just 2.2mm across - is made up of 36 triangular strips that curl back away from the pin-hole iris. …
I get how it helps with a still picture for the reasons given, but how does a shutter help with capturing smoother video? Surly it just means the first frame and the last frame are "crisper" without affecting the stuff in the middle?
Video is made up of still images, or frames , The number per second being dependant on the standard being used.
Yes, you figured out how videos are captured. Didnt answer Ben's question though! :P
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