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Can anybody please explain what camera settings (aparture, iso, wb, ss) have to do with visual/film grammar?

I'm not able to state a conclusive definition for "visual grammar", but I'd say camera settings have a quite relevant role on building it. Depth of field (aperture) is crucial for focusing ...
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How can I choose the correct shutter speed to avoid banding when taking video of projected video?

The banding occurs because the projector uses DLP technology - it rapidly switches between red green and blue output faster than most people can notice. Your camera has a rolling shutter, and ...
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Breaking the 180 degree shutter rule when stabilising footage

I would invite you to experiment a bit and to answer your question yourself. But yes, I can think in several cases where you should shot at higher framerate where this motion blur is actually a ...
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What do shutter angles mean for electronic shutters?

It just refers to the shuttet speed and FPS. As you probably know, 360° means the entire time, the frame is exposed. 0° means it is never exposed, 180° half of the time. With digital shutters you ...
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How Important is the 180 Degree Shutter Angle Rule?

A 180º shutter isn't a hard, fast rule, as much as it's a benchmark. It's the most common setting in film, and you can think of it as a "normal" amount of motion blur for film and broadcast....
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How Important is the 180 Degree Shutter Angle Rule?

The question is... is it? Reading your question it is probably not for the projects you are making... let me explain why. You do not mention at all the aperture if you really need a shallow DOF, and ...
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How Important is the 180 Degree Shutter Angle Rule?

The "180 shutter speed rule" you mention is only about setting your shutter speed at about double your camera's frame rate. It is not about actually shooting with a 180 shutter speed no matter what. ...
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What's the difference between TV and cinema motion?

I don't know where they have "TV motion" from as at least in my area we use 1/(2×fps) for TV too. Or higher for sports. 1/(2×fps) simply has a "natural" motion blur to it which is often used in ...
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