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Sushanta Barman

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  1. Thanks Tyler Purcell Sir, Thanks Robin R Probyn Sir, I have found that when I choose the cine EI mode then I cannot choose the ISO setting instead I get to choose the Exposure Index ranging from 500 EI to above, so I am confused about that does the ISO 2000 is still active while using exposure index of 500 EI or is it just the 500 EI active when we are using cine EI mode?
  2. Thanks Tyler Purcell Sir, Thanks Robin R Probyn Sir, I have found that when I choose the cine EI mode then I cannot choose the ISO setting instead I get to choose the Exposure Index ranging from 500 EI to above, so I am confused about that does the ISO 2000 is still active while using exposure index of 500 EI or is it just the 500 EI active which we are using is cine EI mode?
  3. How cine cameras like Sony fs7 can offer the lowest ISO 2000 for shooting? Is this related with large sensor size ( sony fs7 has super 35mm ), is the sensor is more sensitive to light and how is it different from DSLR which have low ISO AS 100 OR 200 ?
  4. Thanks, it has been a real help
  5. Yes, what you are saying is right, but I am still confused technically about why lowering the shutter speed to 1/30 from 1/60 cause a flicker-free video footage ??
  6. Why is dslr cameras if we shoot a scene with a practical tungsten or LED bulb it causes flickering in the video footage?? I know a bit that the frequency of light doesn't match the frequency of camera but if I take my shutter speed from 1/120 to 1/30 there if no flickering seen in the video footage. Why? What will happen if I use cine cameras ( it has shutter angle ) ?
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