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Re: Skintones - Are They Affected at the Sensor Level? And Motion Cadence Question

Re: Skintones - Are They Affected at the Sensor Level? And Motion Cadence Question


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I would have though that any fade-in/fade out effect with a mechanical shutter was mostly a function of the edge of the shutter blade creating a shadow/cut-off that isn’t entirely instant due to refraction, rather than the sweeping motion. The shutter sweep will create it’s own flavour of scan artefact which may exhibit similarities to an electronic rolling shutter. But it is all these tiny things that give film or certain cameras their individual looks. 

Thanks for the images posted though - a picture tells a thousand words!

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