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    Quote Originally Posted by morgan_moore View Post
    you know your 'panning tables' - simply move stuff throught the frame in less than 7 seconds and you get stutter!
    This link has a pretty good run-down and a nice little calculator, too.
    Trotter G


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    Make sure you use the 180 degree rule with your shutter speed, you must always set your shutter speed to twice that of your frame rate. If your going to break that rule there needs to be an aesthetic reason as to why, and when you are shooting don't pan to fast. I have never had a problem with my FS100.
    Last edited by Gary W; 09-04-2015 at 09:56 PM.


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    Haven't encountered that problem, been shooting with the FS100 for years on live events with sliders/dolly/gimbals.


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