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#1 YongLee

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Posted 24 June 2007 - 01:01 AM

hi , who can tell me the effect of diffrent fps ? where can see this video about it in internet?
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#2 Kevin Zanit

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Posted 24 June 2007 - 02:22 AM

http://www.kevinzani...l_07_medium.mp4

Is stuff myself and Elhanan (who posts here) have shot at 1000fps. I have some 350 and 500 somewhere, I will try and find it.

What type of action do you need to shoot and I can probably suggest a frame rate.

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Posted 24 June 2007 - 04:03 AM

i shoot a boy running , but i want to product a slow effect , a effect of the boy puts forth his strength.
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#4 Kevin Zanit

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Posted 24 June 2007 - 04:14 AM

For a motion like that 125 - 150 fps should be plenty fast.
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#5 David Negrin

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Posted 18 August 2007 - 12:17 PM

hi , who can tell me the effect of diffrent fps ? where can see this video about it in internet?


Hey yong
Fps is a simple concept, When you speed up the camera (I.E. 48 fps) your taking more picures per second than at normal speed ( 24fps US) when this is played back at normal speed the effect is
slow motion, the scale is geometric, thus, 24 - 48 fps is 2x time ( 1sec of shooting is 2 secs. of playback footage), but 48-96 fps is 3x time. Most of what I've done of people runing is at 60 or 72 fps
anymore than that and you going for a specific effect . Do some tests if you can and good luck
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#6 Mark Calver

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Posted 18 August 2007 - 05:16 PM

Hey Yong


David is exactly right but I would say that depending on what medium your shooting on shoot a higher frame rate then you think you will need. You can always speed it up in post by removing frames you cant add frames and achieve the same effect. However if your shooting 35mm this can get expensive.
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