Do Speed Camera Vans Flash?

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The speed cameras do not flash. These cameras are usually situated at areas which are prone to accidents. They are meant for safety on the roads as they check those vans which over speed at places which are marked low speed areas.
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Municipalities determine where speed cameras are needed. In areas of frequent traffic accidents or habitual speeders, mobile speed cameras are deployed to help enforce speed laws.
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There are many types and each works differently. Gatso Cameras only potograph if the measured speed exceeds the limits that have been posted.
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it depends what speed the speed limit is at, usually 10 km/h faster, that way not too much but can still fine plenty.
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According to a commenter at Strobist.com: cheaper cameras in the past had used "snap shutters" or electronic shutters which were faster, but at the cost of image quality
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