Oh well...I guess I'll have to deal with it...Originally posted by teabgs
you have to use a special filter in order to get rid of the flicker....I forget what its called, but that's what you need. I don't remember, but I think it might be a bit costly...
Nah...the only LCD's I have are "connected" to an imac and ibook...If I decide I have to show the CRT I'll use the digital camera and make it a kind of "time lapse(sp?)" effect. The flicker is pretty much unnoticeable on the dc...wierd!Originally posted by teabgs
hey, np.....if you have access to an LCD use that....or dont show the monitor..
Yes. This is related to the fact that NTSC is 30 frames per second and PAL is 25 fps. Reset your refresh rate as Classic suggested and play around with shutter speed settings in multiples thereof. Changing shutter speed might help with digital stills, too.Just set your refresh rate on your CRT monitor to 60Hz. That's the same frequency as the NTSC standard. (PAL is 50 Hz.)
That is why your lights don't flicker, because they are the same frequency. However, if yoyu take an NTSC camera to Europe or a PAL camera to the US, and start taping video, you'll notice a slight flicker in the lights.