Comparing the camera shutter speed to an optical microscope makes about as much sense as saying the camera "has a false-positive rate of just one in a million". Someone forgot to read the article before posting, again.
Nice how they include the link for the "dead tree" version but the online version is much harder to find. Here it is http://en.flossmanuals.net/kde-guide/
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