2 times faster when set to 12fps in 24p mode, 2.5 times faster when set to 12fps in 30p mode
Adjusting the Speed to Show Actors in
A fast-motion effect can be used to
compensate for the slower movements of the
actor wearing heavy costumes. For this
purpose, the speed is increased only slightly to
retain natural motion. The shutter speed is not
usually changed at all.
Fast motion can be used to create an
unrealistic, entertaining effect in a comedy
action scene. Extremely fast speed is often
combined with computer graphics. The shutter
speed is varied over a wide range according to
the intended effect.
A fast-motion effect can be used to create
various effects. For example, it can make the
main character appear to be stationary in a
bustling crowd, or make a waterfall or river flow
like moving silk. Here, the shutter speed is
selected from a wide range.
If a car's tail lamps or building lights are
recorded with the shutter fully open while
slowly sweeping the camera, a blurring effect
results, rendering an image similar to a