Quote Originally Posted by Yashinoff View Post
I thought they used a video camera that was mounted to the movie camera to do that? No?
Not on today's cameras, at least the high end ones, I only work on large budget movies ($1,000,000 to $500,000,000 budget movies) and the film cameras all have like a floating shutter mirror, so in between shutter clicks (in between frames) a second mirror projects the image onto a sensor then back to the film for the next frame. It's REALY fast, about 1/3 the time it takes for a single frame to go, so if its 24/fps (standard movie) it's 1/3 that speed between frames, but I've seen up to 60/fps cameras that had that video feed function


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