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    4K DCI 120 FPS HDR (HLG) Slow Motion Video: Snow Day
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    Shot with the Shogun Inferno in Pro Res HQ (Slog2). Rendered in Resolve Studio for REC202 HLG In DVNxR HQ 10bit.

    https://youtu.be/cUifzspxp_c


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    Nice looking footage. HLG looks great on my MacBook Pro. It looks like your shutter speed isn't double your frame rate, but the streakiness of the snow looks nice here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SamEd View Post
    Nice looking footage. HLG looks great on my MacBook Pro. It looks like your shutter speed isn't double your frame rate, but the streakiness of the snow looks nice here.
    Thanks. Yes, on the shutter speed, as the snow "flakes" were tiny so I thought the streaks were preferred.

    For this snowstorm, there were fat flakes and I used 1/250th shutter:

    https://youtu.be/az5s6SD57r0
    Last edited by markr041; 03-20-2018 at 04:56 PM.


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    Nice!


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    There is more room to experiment with high shutter speeds and slow-motion. I often use 1/500+.


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    I'm a firm believer in 'double the frame rate' to simulate a 180 degree shutter in film. It's one of my least favorite 'features' of the FS5 that it doesn't respect the shutter angle when shooting high speed. If that worked I would just leave it in 180 all the time.


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    1/500th is by far best for 240fps to my eye. Looks the most natural. I have a 24fps monitor that I use to evaluate.


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    It didnt look that slo mo on my computer.. a car goes though that looks like half speed .. not .. when I shoot 100fps its much more slo mo than the footage looked on my computer.. what is your base rate.. 60p..?


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    Everything I do is at 24fps as a base.


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    Did you sharpen the image or is that just the Sony?
    Bill Totolo
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