Sequential imaging cameras are designed to record objects in motion. When the speed of the objects exceeds the temporal resolution of the shutter, the image is blurred. Because objects in a scene are often moving in different directions at different speeds, the degradation of a recorded image may be characterized by a space-variant point spread function (PSF). The sequential nature of such images can be used to determine the relative motion of various parts of the image. This information can be used to estimate the space-variant PSF. A modification of the Landweber iteration is developed to utilize the space-variant PSF to produce an estimate of the original image.