HTC claims that the imaging chip on its new trio of HTC One phones will allow the camera to take shots at 0.7 second. I didn't time it, but I will say this: it's FAST.
MIT researchers concoct a camera that captures so many frames per second it can track the movement of photons. Photons! And it could even help you take better pictures, eventually.
Your dSLR's (or ILC's or enthusiast compact's) Shutter-priority mode is perfect when you care about shutter speed beyond all else. Here's what you need to know to use it.
A deep dive into the iOS 8 camera API shows that manual exposure controls are finally available, with parameters like shutter speed, ISO and white balance open for developers.
Lytro Light Field Camera owners -- current and future -- can now access ISO and shutter speed among other things.
Canon answers complaints with firmware update to enable videographers to set ISO, aperture, and shutter speed with fully manual video mode on Canon's $2,700 SLR.
A firmware update due June 2 will answer demands for manual control over video settings including ISO, aperture, and shutter speed.
Scientists at UCLA have developed what they claim is the fastest camera ever. In 1 second, it can capture 6.1 million shots with the shutter speed measuring 440 trillionths of a second.
Take the leap: There actually are occasions when using Manual can be easier than automatic.
Ready to bust out of Auto-mode prison? Switching to Program mode is a good first step. Here's a guide on how to get started.