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Nomad
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Re: STABILIZATION MALFUNCTIONING - MOTION BLUR - HELP

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It's not the monitors, it's shooting 24 or 25 or 30 fps in daylight. If you read what I've explained earlier you'll learn why and how.

No monitors needed!

Just cinematography mechanics.

Hiker
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Re: STABILIZATION MALFUNCTIONING - MOTION BLUR - HELP

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Sure I got what you have explained, just some monitors handle better those clips as on some jadder is less noticeable, probably some software/hardware things. Anyway , now I know to record over 50 fps and will do it as I usually record sports or holiday clips with lots of movements. Before I was usually using fullhd 30 or 60 fps and didnt notice this problem , now I decided that wanna see my snowboard tricks in 4k and it is a bollocks haha :) thanks and have a nice weekend man ! :)

Nomad
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Re: STABILIZATION MALFUNCTIONING - MOTION BLUR - HELP

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Sorry I didn't mean to contradict you about monitors quality: eye sight perceives "stutter" or "judder" defects below 90 frames per second approximately, so anything, including monitors, that isn't above that 90 fps it's not save from our eye sight perception.

That doesn't mean we can't do beautiful videos ;) have a good one!