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Old June 1st, 2016, 09:36 PM   #1
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I never thought I would use it but I am actually using 24p for Church videos now. What I figured out is instead of using 24p with the default shutter speed of 48, I instead use a shutter speed of 24. This greatly reduces the stutter.

There still is a bit more motion blur than with 30p but not as much difference as there is with 24p with a shutter speed of 48.

Lighting at the Church I shoot video at is not very good!

Going from 30p with a shutter speed of 30 to 24p with a shutter speed of 24 gives me one more stop of light. That means another 6db less gain needed for the exposure.

I am now getting good results with 24p with a shutter speed of 24. This is much better than needing to have the gain 6db higher with a chance of video noise.

Note: Even a frame rate of 30 with a shutter speed of 60 can create a lot of stutter. So even with a frame rate of 30, I will also use a shutter speed of 30.

Church videos where there is poor lighting requires compromises and so far, and for my limited budget, this is the best I can come up with.

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Old June 1st, 2016, 09:38 PM   #2
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This greatly reduces the stutter.
You are panning too fast. Shooting at 1/24 kills your detail.

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Old June 1st, 2016, 10:13 PM   #3
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"Shooting at 1/24 kills your detail."

I know. One of the problems having to compromise in poor lighting. Even 30p with a shutter of 30 can cause a loss of detail.

I wish there was better lighting. Not only is there not enough lighting but it is a mix of different colors. And those colors change during the worship service as the sun light from the outdoors varies especially on partly cloudy days.

I also wish I could afford better cameras.

It is all an effort to get the best videos I can considering the situation.

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