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Jerky POI shooting in 24fps

Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by ELHEAPO, Oct 5, 2015.

  1. ELHEAPO

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    I was trying out some POI at the weekend shooting 1080 24fps when i watched it back on my laptop the panning round was very jerky ive done a little bit of POI in 60fps and that was fine. In conclusion am I correct in saying doing POI or yawing fairly quickly in 24fps will produce a jerky shot?
     
  2. StevenQX

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    If you know what means 24fps you should know that you can't have smooth (for human eyes) movement at only 24fps...it's just to reproduce the cinematographic effect (people says) but for me is garbage...

    Minimum to have smooth videos is 30fps
     
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  3. EPT160

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    Yes it will be generally jerky. You need to do very slow panning or titling movements with the camera.
    If you were able to use a strong Neutral Density filter to get you shutter speed down to a 1/48th or 1/24th of a second then the vision would appear smoother. Alternatively look for the 'motion blur' filter and learn its application in your video editing software.
     
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