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The sensor transit time is the time required to fully readout the sensor.
This page determines the sensor transit time in both 14-bit and 16-bit recording mode. Transit time can be a serious concern with moving subject matter or even rapidly changing lighting when using fully electronic shutter, and sometimes with EFC shutter as well.
It doesn’t matter if the “shutter speed” is 10 seconds or 1/10 second or 1/2000 second or even 1/16000 second—the camera will take the same amount of time to read out the sensor data.
The shortest possible transit time is ideal, but as it turns out, the Fujifilm GFX100 has been engineered for a much shorter transit time in 14-bit capture mode.
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