Motion blur occurs when a camera records an object in motion and results in a streak-like image. Professional film cameras are equipped with high-quality lenses, sensors, and image stabilizationization technologies, but they cannot completely remove motion blur when panning.
There are several reasons why professional film cameras cannot completely eliminate motion blur when panning. Firstly, the speed of the object being recorded and the duration of the exposure play a significant role in the amount of motion blur that will be present in the final image. If the object is moving quickly or the exposure time is long, then the motion blur will be more pronounced.
Secondly, the relationship between the shutter speed and the frame rate also contributes to motion blur. Shutter speed refers to the amount of time the camera's sensor is exposed to light, while the frame rate refers to the number of frames recorded per second. If the shutter speed is too slow relative to the frame rate, then motion blur will occur. To reduce motion blur, professional film cameras typically use fast shutter speeds, but this can also result in other issues, such as a high level of noise or a loss of detail in the image.
Thirdly, the type of camera movement can also impact the amount of motion blur. Panning refers to the horizontal movement of the camera along a horizontal axis, which can result in significant motion blur, especially if the object being recorded is moving in the same direction as the camera. This is because both the camera and the object are moving in the same direction, causing the object to appear blurred in the final image.
Finally, the quality of the image stabilizationization technology can also impact the amount of motion blur present in the final image. Image stabilizationization is used to reduce the amount of camera shake, which can cause motion blur. However, even the best image stabilizing technology cannot completely eliminate motion blur when panning.
In conclusion, professional film cameras cannot completely remove motion blur when panning due to several factors, including the speed of the object being recorded, the relationship between shutter speed and frame rate, the type of camera movement, and the quality of the image stabilizationization technology. These factors must be carefully considered and balanced by professional filmmakers to achieve the desired results.
Source: "Motion Blur in Film and Video." No Film School, nofilmschool.com/motion-blur.