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Most cinematography is at 24 frames per second. The table is calculated for foot candles incident light on a fully lighted subject at 1/50 second exposure (172.8° precisely, but 170° to 180° varies from this by less than a printer point for normally processed color negative). For photography at 1/60 second (30 frames per second. 180° shutter; or 24 frames per second. 144° shutter), use one-third wider lens stop or one

Most cinematography is at 24 frames per second. The table is calculated for foot candles incident light on a fully lighted subject at 1/50 second exposure (172.8° precisely, but 170° to 180° varies from this by less than a printer point for normally processed color negative). For photography at 1/60 second (30 frames per second. 180° shutter; or 24 frames per second. 144° shutter), use one-third wider lens stop or one

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