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Although I think the effect is cool, there are many times, particularly on real estate shoots that the roofs give this effect and I don't want it.

Tips on how to avoid it?
Watch the video and let me know please.
Thanks!

 
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I've been told one way is to change the frame rate, but I haven't tried it yet.
 
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I was thinking it was that mixed with the speed of the camera moving..but is there a formula of sorts?
 
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I'll check things out when I get home in a few days.. just getting an early holiday here in nz - sun, sand, sea and sunburn. Oh and beer and the odd bit of flying.
 
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Other pilots are smarter than I on this topic, but a couple things. Check your camera settings for sharpening. In flight or in post, that often creates moire. Perhaps a slower shutter speed (1/60 or lower), assuming you have an ND filter to achieve that speed.
 

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