The Flutter Shutter Paradox

@article{Tendero2013TheFS,
  title={The Flutter Shutter Paradox},
  author={Yohann Tendero and Jean-Michel Morel and Bernard Roug{\'e}},
  journal={SIAM J. Imaging Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={6},
  pages={813-847}
}
Acquiring good quality images of moving objects by a digital camera remains a valid question, particularly if the velocity of the photographed object is only partially known, it is virtually impossible to tune an optimal exposure time. The same question arises when a solid object is being photographed by a moving camera. This is not only frequent, but even necessary when the camera is embarked on terrestrial vehicle, a plane, or an Earth observation satellite. In the latter cases, the camera… CONTINUE READING

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