Question for zombie10k: what shutter speed do you use when you're shooting through each of the glasses' left & right 'lenses'?
I.E. When you shoot through the left/right eye portions of the glasses, each 'shutter' is open for 1/X seconds. Do you shoot with a faster shutter speed, i.e. 1/Y where Y>X or with a slower shutter speed where Y
For example, according to Sony's diagram:
The left eye's image is 'open' for 1/240s. During the next 1/240s, the transition takes place in the active shutter glasses. During this time, the lamp dims and/or the panel is blanked or more likely it's just being updated w/ the right eye's image (if there actually were time for blanking, & the liquid crystals were fast enough, that would probably really reduce ghosting & decrease motion blur). Then for the next 1/240s the right eye's image is being shown.
If you're shooting with a shutter speed faster than 1/240s (say 1/800s), then you have no idea where in this 1/240s interval you're sampling. If you're sampling near the beginning, you may have worse results than if you're sampling near the end of the 1/240s. Just conjecturing here.
However, if you use a slow
shutter speed (by placing a ND filter in front of your lens or by stopping down), say like 1 or more seconds, then you'll average out a whole bunch of 1/240s intervals. I feel this would give you a more accurate, average, representation of the ghosting performance.
So, again: what shutter speeds do you typically use? Any idea what shutter speeds cinetson used? kraine?