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shutter 

A device that provides a means (mechanical or electro-optical) for letting a beam of light pass during a given length of time.
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With virtually no shutter lag and a fast recycle time, you won't miss a memorable moment.
For many consumers, the move to DSLRs reflects frustration they have with shutter lag resulting in blurry action shots, says a recent Wall Street Journal article.
The Stylus 750 starts up quickly and smoothly, and exhibitsminimal shutter lag.
Goulston has seen the questions evolve, and one of the most frequently asked questions he receives is about digital camera shutter lag.
On the other, the shutter lag, start-up time and the number of confusing menus are down.
2-megapixels) operating at 30 frames per second (FPS) with zero shutter lag, enabling seamless transition between recording video and still images.
0-megapixel with Auto-focus, Flash & Shutter Lag with BIS sensorFront:2.
Both are useful when manually pre-focusing to capture a fast moving subject, or minimize the shutter lag to capture a fleeting moment.
The product's high frame rate of 30 fps at full resolution reduces delays in imaging, resulting in less shutter lag and allows continuous shooting.
Since the camera is pulling in multiple focal points all at once, the Lytro doesn't have the shutter lag point-and-shoots have.
Consumers recognize the need for speed when they complain about shutter lag and click-to-click speed," says Slaughter.
Burst Shot/Best Shot - Capture rapid-fire still pictures with zero shutter lag by just holding the shutter; and choose the picture with your friends' best poses, from Best Shot image recommendations.