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#1 todesto

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Posted 28 April 2006 - 11:58 PM

What am I suppose to see? I don't see any differences....
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Posted 29 April 2006 - 02:45 AM

The filter is useful if you are taking video with indoor lighting / specifically, fluorescent lighting.

Normally, you will see some degree of flickering in the lights - by applying the filter, it helps reduce this phenomenon.

If you live in North America where the power cycles at 60 Hz, then you should use the 60 Hz setting. If you live in places where the power cycles at 50 Hz, then you should use the 50 Hz setting.

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Posted 30 April 2006 - 10:30 AM

The filter is useful if you are taking video with indoor lighting / specifically, fluorescent lighting.

Normally, you will see some degree of flickering in the lights - by applying the filter, it helps reduce this phenomenon.

If you live in North America where the power cycles at 60 Hz, then you should use the 60 Hz setting. If you live in places where the power cycles at 50 Hz, then you should use the 50 Hz setting.

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Michael Tam

This is the shutter value of the camera..(illumination time of the chip)
50 Hz means 20ms illumination (recomend for dark area, but the picture becomes fuzzy and brighter)
60 Hz means 16.6 ms illumination
Shuttertime = 1 / Frequency




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