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Dynamic scene blurring is an important yet challenging topic. Recently, deep learning methods have achieved impressive performance for dynamic scene deblurring. However, the motion information contained in a blurry image has yet to be fully explored and accurately formulated because: (i) the ground truth of blurry motion is difficult to obtain; (ii) the temporal ordering is destroyed during the exposure; and (iii) the motion estimation is highly ill-posed. By revisiting the principle of cameraarXiv:2010.02484v1 fatcat:6wmtnmbotffmrle4a2evpzog4a