I have never owned a camera with a shutter angle option (but I am looking forward to it). I love the "stuttered" effect of a low shutter angle. If I understand correctly electronic shutters are actually adjusting time of exposure per image, not physical shutter angle, so my question:
How does this differ from shutter speed?
Beginner stuff for most here, I am sure, but please help my weak mind grasp this :).
is shutter angle just a different means of defining time of exposure per image (angle rather than fractional exposure time)for those who are used to cameras that have defined this way, or is there something extra here that I am missing?
Some light reading (pun fully intentional) about the principles and differences of shutter speed and shutter angle, and how they work together to achieve the look you want. The article talks about how this translates into the video camera world.