I have a shoot coming up that will involve a lot of filming laptop screens.
I'll be using a slider as well as long lenses to follow action close up on the screens.
The slider moves will be relatively slow, even so at 180 shutter the motion blur obscures more than I would like
I was testing 90 degree shutter, I definitely can afford to lose a stop so that's not a concern. To my eye, given the slow moves, it looked better. The screen content was clearer and strobing wasn't obvious.
Is there any obvious reason why this is a bad idea? I can't think of any, aside from potential strobing or flicker with practical lights.
Also planning on using Summicon C's for the shoot. I've done a bunch of testing with Cp.2 super speeds and I'm not getting any laptop screen moire apart form with the 135mm lens.
Are the Summmicrons very sharp? Anyone noticed moire-ing with those?
Thanks in advance for any thoughts.