Rolling Shutter VS FPS confusion

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Re: Rolling Shutter VS FPS confusion

Dem Bell wrote:

If you use a camera with a high FPS rating, say 20+, you will struggle to spot any jello effect in your shots of dancers.

The frame rate and the electronic shutter readout speed are two different factors. The first can be relatively fast while the second remains relatively slow, and the second is what makes the Jello. For example, 1/30s readout speed is definitely Jello territory in many situations even thought it might allow 20 exposures in a second.

I don't actually know what sensor readout speed is required to mostly avoid rolling shutter issues with human dancers. That's the factor that ought to be clarified.

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