- dave 3-04-2017 2:11 pm

Frame rate, not shutter speed. Fast shutter speed provides clarity to each frame. But the illusion is due to frame rate. (Saw bad arguments in social media, so I had to say this.)

- mark 3-08-2017 4:06 am [add a comment]

I guess that accounts for why the ship seems to be moving faster than normal?

- steve 3-08-2017 8:03 am [add a comment]

Perhaps. They may have adjusted frame rate to match rotor speed. I hadn't though about that, but it would be an unlikely coincidence for them to match with no.manipulation. if they had to slow frame rate, then perform playback at a standard rate, that would give the effect of speeding stuff up.


- mark 3-08-2017 9:18 pm [add a comment]

At about 0:18 you can see the tail rotor is not in sync.

- mark 3-08-2017 9:28 pm [add a comment]

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