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  1. Hi everyone, I'm looking for testers for a new FlickerFinder App which helps crews spot flicker on set. https://flickerfinder.com Anyone who signs up for early access will get an extra free copy at launch to share. An in-camera test to find flicker isn't ideal since it happens late; if there's a problem it means that the production is delayed. Viewfinders can also mask flicker, especially at high frame rates. Sometimes props can also get mixed up and reintroduce flashlights which have bad PWM flicker. Since the problem is spread between Lighting, Camera, & Art, it's a real PITA, which is why I made the app. Let me know your thoughts: https://flickerfinder.com
  2. Hello- I am opening this question up to the pros because I am shooting a film with the Sony A7s and I planned to use the these TV simulation LED flickering lights. But the lights cause banding and video flicker. Is there a way to get a "clear scan" on the A7S camera? or a work around with the Shutter to get a clear or clearer image? Thanks! The light: http://www.amazon.com/FakeTV-FTV-11-US-Bright-Burglar-Deterrent/dp/B00BTKGHDE/ref=lp_6705498011_1_1?srs=6705498011&ie=UTF8&qid=1461771088&sr=8-1
  3. I'm shooting a person with images being projected on them by a Epson 8350 Digital Projector. I want to shoot at a high frames per second (120fps) or a high as I can get a way with... The problem is the viewfinder and monitors show an unwatchable bad amount of pulsing light flicker. Does any one have any advice on how to do slow motion with a projector light in the shot and on a subject to mitigate or preferably all together stop flicker/pulsing light look?
  4. First time poster, but have absorbed much from these forums over the past few months! I have a live event shoot coming up tomorrow that I'll be shooting 240fps on a FS700 for some nice slowmotion shots of people in a single, indoor area - however from tests I've done (with ambient + tungsten to replicate the venue) I've gotten some pretty terrible flickering. Problems: 1. No control over ambient lighting in the area (indoors) 2. Small indoor area 3. Limited gear allowed in area (1-2 lights, flags would be pushing it) Any ideas on what I could do to make this video the best it can be, or at worst, remove the flicker in (shudder) post? Would really appreciate some help on this, really want to deliver a high quality video for this client! -Karl
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