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#1 Ashim

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Posted 01 November 2006 - 08:41 AM

Hi,

I was recently working on a Sony PD170 recently, and I decided that I needed a stroboscopic effect for some of the shots.

To get a stuttering look means faster shutter speeds, so I promptly increased my shutter speed from 1/50 to 1/200, the light intensity reduced but I didnt get the desired effect.
Then I set the shutter to 1/6 and was surprised to see the result I desired.

But how is this possible? Shouldnt the effect have taken place at higher shutter speeds akin to narrow shutter angles?

Kindly clear the doubt

Thanks
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