I have a shoot planned soon and I am looking into my lighting aspect and technical side before starting production.
I shoot with a 7D and have a few fast lenses at my disposal. We need to shoot at a tim hortons (canadian dunkin donuts but better) but there are some technical issues with this.
The 7D is a CMOS sensor which has a refresh rate equivalant to fluoressant lights like in tim hortons. What this means is my 7D sensor displays horrizontal barrs that are very visible under certain settings.
this video shows the phenomenon.
This shows up when shooting above 1/60th and is not visible at 1/30th but it is aparently still there.
Problem Is, I want to find a way to work around this since I want to shoot at atleast 1/100th for certain shots to give the images a jarring look.
I am looking for work arrounds that would help me do this. Im thinking of flooding my subject with external light and working off of that but Im worried that the lights might still show up.
If Anyone has any Ideas or knows of a work around please chip in but mostly this was an informative thread for you newschoolers!