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Don't discount the contribution of physics to the blur in your pictures: Especially in low light, you need to have long exposure times, to get a picture that isn't completely dominated by grain. Conversely, things become less sharp if they're moving. In fact, security cameras tend to have low frame rates (that might actually be for historical reasons – ...


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The vision centre of the brain retains an image for $\frac{1}{15}^{th}$ of a second and any image added in that time frame gives a sense of continuity. 24 FPS is mostly used in movies and TV. Also, the images do not move horizontally or vertically in spatial domain to create a sense of motion.


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In this case, images/frames are moving horizontally or vertically? Neither. They just appear; usually, they stand still for as long as a frame is displayed. But what is the minimum rate of frame/images so that still images appear as video? That depends on a lot of factors like brightness, amount of motion in the material, and mental state of the ...


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