FAQ

Can you film in different frame rates?

Can you film in different frame rates?

Even if a film is shot at a higher frame rate, it’s often produced and displayed at 24fps. 60+fps – Anything higher than 30fps is mainly used to create slow-motion video or to record video game footage. Additionally, as technology continues to evolve, many smartphones are now capable of recording at 60 fps as well.

How much can I slow down 60fps?

For example, if you record 60 frames per second, you can slow it down by half; 120 frames can be retimed to 25\%, and so on. The more frames per second you can record, the more detailed and sharp your slow-motion will appear.

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What is a multi-camera series?

Multi-camera sitcoms are basically everything filmed in front of a live studio audience. The humor presented in such a show is much different because of that audience factor. While single-camera sitcom filming can be equated to feature film styles, multi-camera sitcoms are similar to live theater.

How do multi lens cameras work?

The camera module sensor is placed vertically within the phone and aimed at a lens with an optical axis that runs along the body of the phone. A mirror or prism is placed at the correct angle to reflect light from the scene into the lens and sensor.

Do you shoot at Slow Sync on your camera?

Many digital cameras let you set slow sync flash manually, but even on point and shoot cameras you have the ability to shoot at slow sync (typically marked as “Party” or “Night” mode on the Automatic Program selector). You probably haven’t experimented with these modes on your camera, but give it a try.

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How do I synchronize multiple cameras with a flash?

The simplest way to synchronize multiple cameras with flash is to use a slower than normal shutter speed (e.g. 1/10 to 1/30 sec) and to trigger the flash approximately 80ms to 120ms after triggering the cameras (the length of the delay will depend on the shutter lag of the cameras being used).

What is the minimum frame rate for slow motion video?

Around 60fps is considered the minimum frame rate for slowing down video footage. This is why cameras that shoot 4K at 60fps (and now cameras that shoot 4K at 120fps) are such a big deal. Being able to shoot slow motion videos at such a high resolution gives filmmakers lots of options.

What are the different uses of a slow sync flash?

Another application is when photographing an action/sports subject and you want to capture the action with a panning technique (use rear curtain sync for this.) Due to the lower shutter speeds associated with slow sync flash, you need to stabilize the camera to avoid camera shake.