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Gary Huff
Re: 180 Degree Shutter Rule With Camera's Like Alexa, Red, C300 MK II, etc.
on Apr 23, 2019 at 2:25:35 pm

[Anthony DeRose] "To confirm - on those camera's where I can set the shutter to angle instead of speed I don't have to make any change when adjusting frame rate, since the camera will automatically compensate?"

That is correct, you will always have twice your frame rate as the shutter speed if you set it to 180 degrees on the Mark II. However, I gave up on 180 a long time ago with mine, now I always shoot in 1/60 for everything, though when doing slow motion (60p or 120) I try to set at 1/120 or 1/250, as this will eliminate potential issues with flicker from LED sources (usually practicals on location in the background). Only issue I have is with cheapo eBay LED lights (say for a stage) in which I have to set ClearScan to something ridiculous (and also the backlit keyboard on the 2013-2015 MacBook Pros which flicker at anything other than 50Hz).


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