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Old June 23rd, 2008, 09:19 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Steve Mullen View Post
This is why, as folks buy 120Hz displays find, and I find in Region 50, 100Hz or 120Hz makes film look like video. The optimum refresh rate is 72Hz (24p), 75Hz (25p), and 90Hz (30p). Amazingly, the 3X value used by modern film projectors. :)

It took a huge amount of work to get CineAlta to mimic film.

3) As Tom mentions, it is not safe to simply pan slow. Your slow pans need to be at the correct speed. And, fast pans need to be at the correct speed. The reason I don't shot 24p is not that 24p looks bad, it's that I don't have the experience to make it look good.
you speak the words that sound like truth, kemo sabe
edit: hope I don't sound like a wise ass......I really beleive what you're saying is right

p.s. I did a test shoot at slower shutter speed. I'm...ummmm....surprised and encouraged....dare I say, hopeful?
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