I'm working a feature coming up and I've will be confronted with several scenes were the DP wants to shoot at some television sets. We'll be shooting most of the project at 23.98 fps w/ a 180 deg shutter. I've never done this with an f900 and I was wondering if anybody knows if I will have roll bar issues? If so, what is the best way to phase to phase this bar out? Can I do it in camera or HAVE to sync the TV to the correct fps (which will most likely be impossible due to budget reason)? Thanks!
"phasing" a tv roll bar w/ a Sony f900r
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Posted 04 March 2009 - 03:41 AM
It has ECS mode for the shutter. You just set it into that mode, then tune the shutter to the targets refresh rate. The only problem you may have is other sources of light at differing Htz, usually computer monitors. You can often set them to match what you need though.
Posted 04 March 2009 - 11:55 PM
Thanks. Sorry for the poor english in my post. Ugh, tired posting.