Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burk View Post
I was under the impression that leaf shutters accommodated this by "not" being as fast as their highest speeds say they are.

For example the 200th of a second speed setting might in actuality be 160th of a second real time to allow the sum of the bell-curve opening and closing over the full aperture... to be effectively 200th of a second.
That would be wonderful except it takes longer to expose the aperture if it is set at 5.6 than at 22. There's no way to fully compensate.