I have no experience with this. You have to ask Chief or someone else about shutter speeds.
What I do is have the camera follow the speeds of the moving UFO's and then take a picture. If you have a high resolution camera it helps more. You can try a fast shutter speed if you want.
Remember if you set AMA to high AFTER enabling blur reduction (this sets ama to "low"--which isn't really "low" but rather changes the overdrive gain to a low value--you can tell if you set contrast to 0, you will notice inverse ghosting again), any change to brightness, even by 1 point, or strobe duty, strobe phase, single strobe (on/off) or resolution/refresh rate changes will revert the AMA back instantly.
AMA low works best with a contrast value extremely low, like 10, but you have to use a high persistence or the screen is rather dark.
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on 17 Dec 2016, 15:40, edited 1 time in total.