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CyberShot
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Aug9-11, 12:51 AM
P: 133
Forgive me if I'm missing something truly basic about photography, but I always wondered why camera photos appear blurred if the object's moving fast.

Isn't the speed of light large enough where, even if the object is moving rapidly, the time it takes to reach the object is negligible compared to the object's velocity?

Thanks
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