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What is the difference between fast shutter speed and a slow shutter speed?

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Slow shutter speed - keeps the shutter curtain open for longer periods of time, e.g. when you shoot at night or in fading low light. Fast shutter speeds are used to capture action or when scene you are trying to shoot is well lit. In this case the shutter opens and closes in a fraction of a second!
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