Quality High Speed

Quality High Speed
Faster shutter = Low quality?

Do not reduce the shutter speed high image quality? Like if I take a picture of the shutter speed 1 / 160 outside, with the right amount of natural light, the quality will be less than, say, 1 / 8 under the same conditions? This is a photo I took with a high quality grass speed.The shutter fell dramatically. This is a picture http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3007/2305054885_0ab32790f1.jpg taken with a lower shutter speed. http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2070/2263975012_368d09572c.jpg Now might be a problem with my fz-50, because I never had a problem with this before or maybe you just need to work on things. Please help. My dog moves deliberately when he sees a camera.

Steven A. can say who knows "a lot of" stuff, but the following statement is TOTALLY FALSE! "The shutter speeds can cause something called" grain "in film and" noise "in digital format. This may seem like small points across the image. They can be delivered to photograph more shutter speed. "MAL MAL MAL high shutter speed does not cause digital noise. The noise in digital due to long shutter speeds, or high sensitivity ISO, or excessively high levels of an underexposed photo in Photoshop. Shutter speed does not cause "grain" in film. That is a function of ISO speed of the film. Maybe we're alll mixed terminology. I believe that a high shutter speed to be something like 1 / 500. A long-shot speed is something like 1 second or more. steve

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