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  1. Dear friends, what should I expect when shooting slow-motion with rather unusual fps for a standard 25 fps project? Say, 90 fps? My strategy is to try to avoid any 50/60 Hz related equipment and then accurately slow down the footage in post to maintain the correct shutter speed of 180 degrees. Does it make any sense? Any advice would be much appreciated!
  2. Hey all, I am looking for films to reference that have a sequence of action shown in strong close-ups or a series of shots that show movement. Not really a montage - more like showing the process of an event or sport in close-up shots that feel inside the action. Abstract is good, so is slow-mo. Documentary or narrative. I know I have seen many, just having a mental block. Any good ones come to mind? Thank you!
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