OK I'm back with another "how did they do this" question. I'm looking at the quick & bright light flash effects you can see at 00:10 and 00:16.
Most of the time when I try to do a flash effect with something like a strobe light, you get that "half the screen lit" effect because of the rolling shutter in the camera. Global shutter cameras I assume don't have this issue, but I only have access to rolling shutter cameras like the RED. So when using a RED, how can I mimic this strobe/flash where the entire scene is lit during the flash and not getting that rolling shutter problem? Previously I had tested with some cheap strobe lights and assume the light flash was just too quick for the shutter to grasp. But what if I used photography strobes? Something like the Alien Bee 800s for video? Would I still get the same problem? Maybe there's a more expensive strobe that allows you to change the duration of the flash for the camera to pick it up corectlly? Any model suggestions? How did they do this?