Shutter Speeds - What Do You Use?

As seen in IPVM's Average Frame Rate Used post, the average frame rate used by integrators is anywhere from 6 - 10 FPS.

One question that was not answered, however, is the shutter speed used to accomodate frame rates. It should be...

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*** * *** *** ***** *** *** ****** ****,for *** ** *** ****** **** ** '*******' multiple pictures per frame when the shutter speed was set to faster than the frame rate, then my position would be absurd!

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******, ** ******** ** ** '**********-***' ********,I *** *** * **** '**** ** *****' ******** that I think (assuming there is some answer) could be of use to those members looking for more practical advice, repeated here:

*** ***** *** ********** ** ************ *** ******* *** ***** rate ********* ** *** ******* ***** ** ***** ** **** versa?

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