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What are the pros and cons of mechanical vs electronic shutter?

I recently bought a new camera that has a choice between using a mechanical shutter or an electronic shutter. (A Panasonic FZ300 if it matters.) I tried taking a few pictures each way and I see no obvious difference. I presume if one or the other was unquestionably superior, they wouldn’t bother making it a choice but would just use the better one. (Well, maybe not. Like maybe a new technology is clearly better but there are stick-in-the-muds who want to do it the way they did it 50 years ago. 🙂 So what are the pros and cons? Are their circumstances where one is better but other circumstances the other is better? Which do you prefer and why?

electronic items – Is there any museum of early modern computing technology in Taiwan?

I’m wondering if anywhere in Taiwan there is a computer museum or technology museum at least partially dedicated to the early development of modern local computing technology.

I’m interested in the early local development, from the first transistors up to about 1995.

I’m not interested in museums that have only old stuff from the west, or museums that only have modern local stuff from the last 20 years or so.

I am interested in how Taiwan got involved in manufacturing electronics for western companies, or intended for western markets.

I am interested in Taiwanese clones of western or Japanese tech, hacks of foreign tech to support the Chinese language, or actually any of the earliest machines with digital support for the Chinese language.

(I don’t mind if it’s small or hard to get to.)

Life expectancy of an electronic shutter

Cameras that have both electronic and mechanical shutters tend to leave the mechanical shutter closed when the camera is turned off. This means that in order to use the electronic shutter the mechanical shutter must be opened at least once each session. At the end of the session the mechanical shutter is closed and that will finish one complete cycle of the mechanical shutter.

When deciding whether to use mechanical or electronic shutter there are other things besides wear on the mechanical shutter to consider.

First and foremost would be the effect of that choice on the quality of the image produced. Sometimes a mechanical shutter is more useful to produce the image desired. Sometimes an electronic shutter is more useful. Sometimes other considerations, such as the amount of noise a camera makes and when it makes it, are also in the mix.

Second is the effect on the sensor of leaving the shutter open for long periods of time. This tends to cause the imaging sensor to heat up. As image sensors heat up they tend to produce more noise and the overall signal to noise ratio degrades. The images produced become noisier for the same scene shot with the same settings. When professional television production companies first started using DSLRs to shoot scenes for television shows they could only use a particular camera body for about ten minutes or so until the sensor got too hot and the image got too noisy (and this is with HD video, which is only 1080P and thus enjoys the advantage of noise reduction as a high resolution image is reduced in size)! They would then have to switch to another “fresh” body while the first was allowed to cool for up to an hour before it could be used again. Newer high end DSLRs tend to have better sensor cooling than those early original 5D and 7D bodies, but heat build up is still a concern when using them for professional productions.

Third is the eventual result of the second consideration: the more light a sensor is exposed to for a longer period of time the greater the number of pixels that develop defects. The number of stuck, hot, or dead pixels increase over the life of any sensor. Leaving the mechanical shutter open and the sensor energized and exposed to light over the course of an entire shooting session will reduce the life expectancy of the sensor by a considerable amount compared to using a mechanical shutter and only energizing and exposing the sensor to light when actually recording an image. If you think replacing a mechanical shutter on a digital camera is expensive, you don’t want to know what it will cost to replace the sensor!

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how can i get back money from my electronic wallet

This definitely sounds like a scam.

I am new to bitcoin and someone (the account manager) call me to buy and i made it last week

Bitcoin does not have ‘account managers’. There is a well-known scam though, where the scammer will message/contact you pretending to be an investor/manager/miner/etc, offering amazing returns on your investment in BTC. If someone is offering large guaranteed profits, it is almost certainly a scam.

They said they have to make it to a mirror transaction first and then need to debit my credit card again

Bitcoin does not work this way, and neither do credit cards. There is no such thing as a bitcoin ‘mirror transaction’. The scammer simply wants you to send them more money. Do not send them more money.

just saw my electronic wallet with money

This is part of the scam. The bitcoin blockchain is a public record, anyone can view and verify the apparent balance of an address, but only the person with the private keys for that address actually owns those coins (ie, can spend them). “Watch-only wallets” let you track the balance of any address of your choosing. The scammer will often show their victim a “watch-only” wallet to trick the victim into thinking they own that bitcoin. They do not own that bitcoin. The scammer may not even own that bitcoin. It is a mirage.

Also, there are no fees related in obtaining private keys. That is another tactic used by the scammers (eg. “please pay us a fee so that we can activate the private key”).

How can i cash those out from it and transfer back to my credit card account? please help.

Your money is likely gone. You can report the crime to the relevant authorities if you so desire.

In fact, i dont know how to operation my electronic wallet.

Bitcoin is a really interesting and revolutionary thing, but you should take some time to learn about it before you start investing in it. This question is a good place to start: I am new to Bitcoin, how can I get started?

privacy – Screen scraping and spying on electronic devices

I just want to gather information about methods to spy someone’s device(capture screen data on every opened app and a keylogger). can you name some of them for example exploits, tools, etc so that I can go and look further into them? It does not matter if they are no longer available or patched.

electronic items – Fedex Taiwan bound duties, taxes on personal package?

I live in California and purchased a laptop which was received at home and I arranged to have shipped to me in Taiwan via Fedex, declaring the value as-paid and accurately stating the product and in original packaging.

Fedex in Taipei has had the package several days, repeatedly stating their representative is reviewing the duties, asking what the electronics technical details are, etc. Given this information is well published by the manufacturer and is even on Wikipedia, and the clear documentation, and the original clear packaging, I am at a loss as to what is happening. I am told by the senders to expect to pay duties or some sort of fee which I do not understand and Fedex seems unable to explain to me (by their Taipei staff) after several attempts to call. Oddly the agent responsible for this is regularly unavailable and other staff answer field my call.

What is customary to expect when I have personal electronics shipped to Taiwan for my own use from abroad? What is the type and purpose of any fees (what am I paying for) and what should I expect those things to be specifically? Should I be questioning the legitimacy of personal shipments of packages treated differently than if carried in my airline luggage?

I’m quite frustrated by the strangeness of this situation and find it odd, especially to pay fees for something I already paid taxes, etc–rather high ones at that. I think this frustration comes in part due to a complete lack of awareness of what’s going on and the apparent lack of competency and communication from Fedex regarding expectations (with them or other obligations). Thanks for responses which provide insight into these details and shipping of this type to Taiwan.

banding – LED lighting problem: Bands of uneven exposure on images taken under LED lighting with silent shutter (full electronic shutter)?

The problem is, that the camera does not do a full sensor readout in one go (or global shutter), but reads the sensor linewise.

LED light is often pulsing to dim the light. So when you see a LED that is half bright, it often is instead flickering faster than your eye can detect and is instead off for half of the time.

If you combine both, you get something like this:

0000000000000000000000000000000 <- Pixel row
1111111111111111111111111111111        |
1111111111111111111111111111111       time
0000000000000000000000000000000        |
0000000000000000000000000000000        V

where 0 is a time where the LED is off, and 1 is a time where the LED is on.

There is not much you can do. If you are lucky, you can change the shutterspeed so that the banding does not become visible, but most of the time the only way to circumvent flickering LED light is by using the mechanical shutter.

If you can change the LED illumination, use quality video or photography LED lights. They use better dimming circuits that drive the LEDs fast enough, that the problem is not visible.

The flicker reduction in the Sony cameras does not help, as that is meant to counter issues with light flickering with the frequency of the AC/DC currents, not for the faster LED modulation.

If the cameras evolve enough to read-out all pixels at the same time, then mechanical shutter would be obsolete.

banding – Why do I get bands of uneven exposure on images taken under LED lighting with silent shutter (full electronic shutter)?

My question is how to avoid banding in images made under LED lights using a full electronic shutter.

I am using a Sony AIII and Sony A9 cameras. When I photograph with the A7III using silent shutter (full electronic shutter) under LED lights, I often get soft-edged bands of lighter and darker exposure across the image. Why does this occur and how can I avoid it? I don’t seem to get this problem (at least not to a degree that I have noticed it) with the A9.

I understand that if I use mechanical shutter at a speed under 1/60 second (1/50 in 50hz countries), I will avoid the problem because the shutter will be open for a full cycle of the LED light emittance. Why does the problem occur with full electronic shutter? And why does the A9 avoid it? I understand that the A9 sensor can do a full electronic scan and readout more quickly than the A7III or any other camera. But I would think that would make the LED banding problem worse rather than better. But the A9 is much better about not banding when using full electronic shutter under LED lights.

How does all of this happen?