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Shutter rate for high frame rate footage?

 
kat.hayes
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Aug 19, 2017 14:31 |  #1

When working with a camera that can shoot high frame video, such as 120fps or even 960fps, how do you adjust the shutter based on these frame rates? Do you just double it the same way you do with normal frame rate footage? If so, what do you do for 960fps footage?

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Aug 21, 2017 19:34 |  #2

Well it will have to be shorter than 1/960s that's for sure :). I would go with 1/2000 I suppose since that is the closest standard speed to the required 1/1920s. I would think with a camera with a frame rate that high that the shutter speed will be effectively fixed by the camera itself, just as it was in many cine cameras of old. So you will need to look it up in the camera's manual if you want to set your own aperture values. Or more likely how much light you will need to add to the scene to get a well exposed shot.

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