## What are the shutter speeds in order?

Shutter speed and exposure time The available range varies depending on the make and model of a camera. A typical sequence of shutter speeds is (in seconds) 1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/15, 1/30, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, and 1/8000.

What is a good shutter count for Nikon D90?

Theres is no such limit. Nikon has tested the D90 to an average of 100.000 actuations. When the shutter fails to Work proberly, you simply just ask and pay Nikon for a new one.

### Is 1 4 shutter speed fast or slow?

If you want to blur running water like the example below, then you would need to use a slower shutter speed like 1/4 of a second. Often when you use a slow shutter speed, you will also need a tripod to help avoid camera shake. The photograph of blurred water shown above was taken with a shutter speed of 0.25 sec (1/4).

What does shutter speed 30 mean?

Many DSLRs can have a very slow shutter speed of 15″, 30″, or 60″. This means that the camera will continue to let light in for that many seconds. When the shutter stays open longer and all the other settings remain constant, you are allowing more light in. As a result, the image is brighter.

## How do you check shutter count on Nikon D90?

D90 shutter count – find it on camera??? The shutter count is only available in the EXIF data. If you are looking at a camera that you can actually hold you will need a computer with you (that has an EXIF reader software), take a jpeg, transfer to the computer, read the data.

How do you read shutter speed numbers?

The higher the bottom number, the faster the shutter speed is. Shutter speeds are measured in fractions of a second. A shutter speed of 1/1000 means “the shutter is open for one one-thousandth fraction of a second.” With higher shutter speed, the less time you leave your shutter open and the less is exposed to light.

### What is a shutter speed of 1?

e.g. 1/2 means the shutter is open for half a second. 1/500 means it’s open for one-five-hundredth of a second. 1″ means one second, etc. Most modern DSLRs and mirrorless cameras offer shutter speeds up to 1/4000th or even 1/8000th of a second.