|Quoting AviRaider (Thread starter):|
|Quoting rfields5421 (Reply 2):|
With an electronic movie camera - the 'shutter' is open all the time, and the CCD is excited by the light. The camera reads scans of the CCD in a progressive order.
This makes some strange effects for fast moving objects like airplane props, and can also make lights which blink in a set pattern look intermittent.
|Quoting flood (Reply 8):|
If you're recording video at 30 frames per second and with a shutter speed of 1/60 for example (which is generally suited for 29.97 / 30 FPS), your shutter is only open half the time. That said, if the strobe happens to flash during a period when the shutter is closed, it's not captured by the camera.
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