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Rennie KlymykRe: smear effect
by on Apr 21, 2008 at 6:14:57 pm

You must be set for 24P_ frame rate. In video mode you need to use 30 or 60 to get to 15' on the shutter speed.

You should probably shoot this in "Film mode" where you have more control of shutter/frame rate effects. In film mode the shutter speed is indicated by shutter angle. The wider the angle the "slower" the speed or the more the film "frame" is exposed to the light or scene. On film cameras this effects color temp as well but I don't know that it will be a problem with video. I haven't experimented with this yet. This will effect your exposure so use the iris or ND filters to compensate or as was already mentioned, adjust the lighting on the set to compensate.

"everything is broken" ......Bob Dylan


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