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Old March 31st, 2010, 04:46 PM   #1
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24P what are the best shutter speeds to work with in General?

To avoid rolling shutter as much as possible?
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Old March 31st, 2010, 05:06 PM   #2
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A safe shooting tip is to always shoot double the frame rate. So for 24p since theres not a 48 shutter. Set you shutter to 50 or higher. For rolling shutter avoid quick pans and you'll be fine.
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Old March 31st, 2010, 05:35 PM   #3
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For rolling shutter avoid quick pans and you'll be fine.
You know.. I keep hearing this, and I just can't make it happen... How fast do you have to pan?
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Old March 31st, 2010, 06:14 PM   #4
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I believe not too fast or too slow, it has to be medium speed pan so you can notice it.
Please some one correct me if I am wrong.

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How fast do you have to pan?
I've heard 5-8 seconds, that's the fastest stuff can move across the screen and still give a nice pan. There's also the theory that if the viewer has a subject to focus on, you can pan faster because the viewer won't notice as much.

If you can get a hold of the American Cinematographer's Manual, it has a really nice chart on recommended panning speeds for 24p in 35mm. Unfortunately my copy is buried in a moving box somewhere, but I've been meaning to find it and do a conversion for the 5DMarkII and 7D.
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And I wonder if the 24p recommended panning speeds will help to alleviate some of the rolling shutter problems, not all obviously, but some.
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Old April 1st, 2010, 04:20 AM   #7
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When I do freeze frames from my videos where I am panning significantly faster than this, I just don't see the issue. Wall edges look straight, and I just don't see these rolling shutter problems.

Maybe I just don't know what I'm doing and can't make it happen.
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I've heard 5-8 seconds, that's the fastest stuff can move across the screen and still give a nice pan. There's also the theory that if the viewer has a subject to focus on, you can pan faster because the viewer won't notice as much.

If you can get a hold of the American Cinematographer's Manual, it has a really nice chart on recommended panning speeds for 24p in 35mm. Unfortunately my copy is buried in a moving box somewhere, but I've been meaning to find it and do a conversion for the 5DMarkII and 7D.
Are you looking after this.
http://kohan.1g.fi/Hosting/load/panning.JPG
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