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#1 Malik Sajid

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Posted 11 November 2008 - 09:55 AM

I am a student and i have always problems coming in. So here i go again:

I understand about the shutter speed. Mainly i have worked in still cameras and i understand what they do in still cameras. But how shutter speed works in video (I mainly work on Sony 250 P). How shutter speed works with frame rate fps?
Some one please explain this a bit.
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#2 Rob van Gelder

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Posted 11 November 2008 - 10:47 AM

Have a look at this discussion, it might explain enough for you.

Many of these questions are already in the archive.

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#3 Simon Wyss

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Posted 18 November 2008 - 05:07 PM

I am a student and i have always problems coming in. So here i go again:

I understand about the shutter speed. Mainly i have worked in still cameras and i understand what they do in still cameras. But how shutter speed works in video (I mainly work on Sony 250 P). How shutter speed works with frame rate fps?
Some one please explain this a bit.

I'd better keep my mouth shut because my knowledge of video is from the days when one referred to the thing as video. What I know is this: NTSC and PAL television have a line duration of 64 μs, read-out duration of 12 μs, so the horizontal image duration is 52 μs. You have a vertical ratio of 92 % to 8 % between picture and dark gray non-picture which can be understood as what a physical shutter would cover.
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