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#1 Timo Plogstedt

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Posted 10 March 2009 - 10:18 AM

Hey,

I got a simple question:
Is it possible to shot a beamer still projection (no motion picture) with 100 fps and not getting flicker. And if this i possible which beamer is the most suitable...
I heared that lcd`s are better than dlp - but nobody could give me a proper answer to this yet.

I am about to shoot a commercial in a Studio with the follwing technical requirements:

100 fps
180° shutter
320 ASA
f 2.8
Red One

I don`t need any information about lighting the foreground, or lumen or whatever... would be great if someone has had experience with this before...

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Timo Plogstedt
Cinematographer
Hamburg, Germany
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