180 or flicker free for outdoors?

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James McDonagh

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180 or flicker free for outdoors?

PostSat Mar 03, 2018 3:25 pm

Hi guys,

I understand that when using the URSA Mini Pro it is best practice to select a recommended flicker free shutter speed and to have your PAL/NTSC selection accurate in order to avoid conflict with the flickering electrical current of the lights indoors. However, when it comes yto natural light outdoors what do you guys select? 180 or do you stick to flicker free?
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Re: 180 or flicker free for outdoors?

PostSat Mar 03, 2018 5:23 pm

Flicker is not a problem shooting outdoors unless you have added lights and then you may need to pay attention to flicker free shutter angles. If lit only by daylight, no shutter angle should be a problem but 180 degrees or 172.8 degrees would be your normal shutter angle unless you Gad an artistic reason for shooting with more or less motion blur.


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