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Query re Primitive Telecine





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>First, as a new kid on the block, let me introduce myself:  I've been a
professional
>in film and video for 30 years, but am (no pun intended) a rank newcomer to
telecine: 
>that always happened in another room.  I envy you your problems!
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>I've slung together a primitive setup (five-blade projector + video camera)
to do 
>quick 'n' dirty reference tapes of my films. I recently upgraded(?) from an
old tube camera to a ccd camera with much better color and no burns. But I'm
getting two (2) light green stationary horizontal bars across the picture:
you can change the position
>of the bars by changing the phase of the shutter in relation to the line
frequency.
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>The camera has no chip dump ("shutter speed") control, so I presume it's
fixed at
>30/60: the spacing of the bars suggests a 60 fields to 24 frames relationship.
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>Do I need to get a camera with a "shutter speed" of 1/30th sec. or slower,
or one that will do 1/120th sec, or what?
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>I'd be most grateful if someone with memories of mediaeval technology would
set me straight.
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>Thank you
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