Glossary Terms

Everset Shutter - A shutter that is tripped by the sole energy of the finger pressing the release. It does not need cocking but cannot provide high speeds and needs the release pressing harder (perhaps increasing camera shake) - and has a slightly longer latency - than a cocking shutter.
Example everset shutters: East German Junior II, Modell II and Priomat, Soviet GOMZ type.

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