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I learned a lot lately about shooting with a DSLR but one thing is still confusing me - the frame rate versus the light. Maybe this forum can help me (again) on this one? A - As a new be on DSLR shooting I was recently thought that when choosing shutter speed I should use twice the frame rate I'm using. Especially when filming indoors with artificial lightning - avoiding the flickering effect. So when shooting at a frame rate of 24 fps I use 1/50 shutter speed and when shooting 50 fps I use 1/100 shutter speed. B - But on the other hand there are the rules of light. The aperture, the shutter speed and the ISO settings which help you control your light. I red about the stops and how I can compensate them. And I red about the White Balance - all methods to adjust your lightning. My questions are: 1. - How in earth do these - A rules where I should double my frame rate to set the correct shutter speed work with the light rules - B? I won't have much space to adjust my shutter speed ... 2. - And what is the rule of thumb when setting your lightning - go from adjusting first your aperture, then to shutter speed and then ISO? 3. - And what if you want to freeze (speeding up the shutter speed) or blur your image (lowering shutter speed)? Or is there no rule of thumb? It would be awesome if I could finally return to creating visual stories instead of learning all about the technics :P