Almost a year ago, I’ve featured a Nikon D4 video that showcased the camera’s shutter speed in slow motion. This year, I’ve stumbled upon yet another video that captured the same thing. However, this time around, it’s really close to the shutter itself.
If you’ve been curious about what happens every time your press the shutter release button, you will now appreciate the engineering behind this mechanism by watching the video below:
The video is made by YouTube user krnabrnydziobak who used a Phantom Miro eX2 at 1920fps to filmed the Nikon D4′s shutter speed.[YouTube]