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Shutter on A7lll

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Just wondering how people accommodate shutter angle in movie mode on the A7?

 

There is not 180 setting (that I have seen) and with a recommended ISO of 800 for Slog, is there any adjustments that I can make before I start piling ND's on in order to keep my aperture relatively wide?

 

Thanks,

 

Henry

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As your in the US .. even at 24p.. if you want to avoid flicker from practicals like fluorescent lights.. 1/60th would be a good choice.. as its divisible by the mains 60Hz..visually no one will any difference between 1/48th and 1/60th.. but everyone and their aunt will notice flicker .. in a studio with controlled lighting/ out in the desert etc.. of course it doesn't apply.. I would definitely get the ND,s what ever you do anyway.. carful stacking them that you don't get vignetting .. check the corners !..

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