http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....st&p=135606For average human eyes, what is the maximum number of FPS which above that the human eye will no longer be able to detect skips? (i.e. the "motion" definition given)I don't want to resurrect that thread.
Seeing framewise is simply not the way how the eye\brain system works. It works with a continuous flow of light\information.
thinkering one:so if the actual tech of displaying one frame after another is the thing, then i keep thinking about motion blur and what happens with it if you shoot some motion at 1/50 or 1/500 of the Second. (or how annoying would be to watch 500 fps footage for some time, due to almost no motion blur)
500fps @1/1000s shutter should look fine.