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Published 6 years ago with 3 Comments

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  • drunkenninja

    That was awesome, wish the camera was able to handle more FPS though. Unless Im wrong, anyone know whats causing the black lines once it hits a certain spin speed?

    • bjstex (edited 6 years ago)

      I think you got it. The visual effect is created with a strobe, and the interplay between the strobe rate and the FPS produces the black lines - similar to what happens when you take a video of a television or monitor.

      • drunkenninja

        A strobe light.. makes total sense now. Thanks

        similar to what happens when you take a video of a television or monitor.

        Yep, monitors/tvs that have a low refresh rate will do that

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