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Global shutter

All pixels are exposed to the light at the same moment and for the same time span. Generally speaking, when someone says "global shutter", they really mean "snapshot shutter". See "Snapshot Shutter" below. In actuality, a global shutter starts all a camera's pixels imaging at the same time, but during readout mode, some pixels continue to image as others are read out. (see Rolling Shutter, Snapshot shutter). For machine vision applications, snapshot shutter is generally a 'must have'. 

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