Hey there. Need some serious education here please.
First of all, I own and shoot with a JVC GY-HM700u. Has a Fujinon 17x lens. I love this camera. I have been shooting video for a long time. I come from a news background with a huge love for film.
I do mini documentary production with inspirational topics. I shot my first short last year and did it in 24p. I loved the look. That infamous "film look". However some images were jittery. Come to find out, it's called the "strobe look". I had the camera set to 24p. Shutter set to 1/48. Most of my shots were static and I don't even think I did any pans.
So what did I do wrong?
I did some tests with the same camera, shot a mock interview with some kino lights. And the motion around the lips was real jittery. I have been told that may because of the lights flickering at a speed that the camera with the frame rate, it got picked up. I have an arri kit and haven't tested it with those yet.
It has to be some obvious thing I am doing wrong. I have seen so many video clips with the same camera shooting in 24p and it looks so dang good and natural.
I shot my last educational documentary in 60p and it looks beautiful. But its that HD video look and when I go to shoot my next project I want this 24p problem solved.
Hope anyone can help and point this guy in the right direction.