220 degree shutter angle on Canon 1014
Posted 23 April 2012 - 08:50 PM
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Posted 30 August 2012 - 08:58 AM
Also, I have an electronic light meter that you can set FPS so I'm guessing it automatically would set it to 1/48 for 24fps. How would I compensate for the larger shutter angle?
The easiest way is to bump the film speed up a third of a stop. So ISO 200 becomes 220. Or meter for a still shot at 1/40th (1/(24*360/220)) second with the correct ISO.
Most meters are set for a 180 degree shutter, by default. The fancy ones (ex. Sekonic L758 Cine) are adjustable for shutter angle.
A larger shutter angle will make it smoother and more dreamlike (and more blurred together). A shorter shutter angle makes it choppier and more strobe like. The opening scene of Saving Private Ryan had a really small shutter angle, like 15 degrees, if I remember correctly.
At 220, it will still look like film. It is film. Get a few rolls of Tri-X and play with them.
Posted 30 August 2012 - 10:43 AM