manigandan srinivasan Posted October 12, 2011 Share Posted October 12, 2011 Hi i have few doubts about the intermittent mechanism in a motion picture camera. I know rotary disc is connected to frame. So when the motor runs on 1 side the Pull down claw & Registration Pin will advance frames for exposure and other side of this mechanism will be connected to rotary disk. Now the speed of this motor is based on frame rate per second (ie)24fps & 48fps will not have same motor speed. which means other side (disc side) will also rotate fast when shot is 48fps. so the exposure time for each frame in 24fps is 1/48,exposure time for each frame in 48fps is 1/96. 15 types of Shutter angles possible in camera from 11°-220°. 220° in 24fps will have 1/40 shutter speed per frame.And,220°s.a is only in panaflex camera not in arri camera. Now My Question is If i want to create a motion blur in a shot (ie) an effect created by using a slow shutter speed. What can i do if 1/40(220° S.A) Is not enough ? Can it be created while shooting or only in post production we can achieve this Motion Blur ??? This is my doubt kindly clear this am very confused & if whatever i understood is wrong pls correct me Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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