CMOS rolling shutter distortion



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Deutsch: Verzerrung eines schnell bewegten Motivs durch den de:Rolling-Shutter-Effekt eines CMOS-Bildsensors: In der Zeit, die der Sensor zur Belichtung seiner Bildzeilen (von oben nach unten) braucht, bewegt sich das Motiv kontinuierlich weiter und erscheint auf der Aufnahme daher schräg verzerrt. Man beachte den rechts sichtbaren Außenspiegel: Da dieser sich relativ zur Kamera in Ruhe befindet, bleibt er unverzerrt.
English: Distortion of a quickly moving subject due to the en:Rolling Shutter effect of a CMOS photo sensor: In the time that the sensor needs to expose its lines to the light from top to bottom, the subject continues to move further and so appears skewed in the picture. Please note the undistorted outside rear view mirror.
Date 14 July 2010(2010-07-14)
Source Own work
Author Axel1963

Camera: Mobile phone Samsung SGH-F480 (aka Samsung Tocco?)
Exposure time: 1/500 s


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