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Wes MalkinRe: High speed shoot help...
by on Jul 24, 2001 at 3:02:37 pm

I've never gotten acceptable results for something like you describe on tape using the shutter... The best way is to shoot 16mm or 35mm film and over crank it. Depending on what you expect from the shot and what your budget is.Even if your budget isn't that much you can get a great result from a high speed Arri SR2 (16mm) running at 120fps... even the regular SR2 should run @ 72fps and that would be much better than trying to get the same result from tape. And it really should't cost you that much more to do the job on film, especially if you have to go out and rent gear. You don't need the latest film camera technology just a good piece of glass & a camera that will run at high speed.
HTH
wes


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