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An electronic first curtain shutter (EFC shutter) allows zero vibration exposures*. While an EFC shutter offers little or no benefit over the mechanical shutter for shorter focal lengths, it becomes critical for telephoto lenses, where the shutter itself will blur the image. For example, the Leica M240 mechanical shutter causes severe blur.
Both Nikon and Canon have EFC shutter options as options for Live View shooting, once enabled (Nikon also requires the use of MuP mode and 1/2000 sec or slower).
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