Some Things to Know Before Shooting Slow Motion with the Sony FS700
The Sony FS700 may democratize high-speed shooting for those who can't afford a Phantom, but it still has to contend with the problems of all slow-motion video: namely, flicker. Says NoFilmSchool.com, "Now that film sets are littered with different types of fixtures, it’s important to understand how shooting slow motion under different light sources can induce some amount of flicker. Certain fixtures produce more flicker than others (especially at different shutter speeds)."
Watch a test video from Hello Communications below to see how different lighting fixtures handle at different speeds. Read and see more test footage here.