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On 8/11/2020 at 2:43 PM, Chris Davidson said:

Maybe someone else can do the math now that they know what Bronson's frame rate was.

Bronson-Camera.png

After you do the math and realize Z needs more frames to fulfill its part of the ratio, you can view both films concurrently at their respective speeds (Z is a little under 19fps in this gif) and imagine adding back some frames to slow down our background jogger:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1gBc4ceBDHGpRd_btku-JFercqiUla2KJ/view?usp=sharing

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Help me out a minute, Chris.

Am I seeing that the red arrow in the left series of frames indicates the SECOND head shot, at/near the Altgens location?

Or am I missing the point?

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3 hours ago, Mark Knight said:

Help me out a minute, Chris.

Am I seeing that the red arrow in the left series of frames indicates the SECOND head shot, at/near the Altgens location?

Or am I missing the point?

Mark,

The red arrows sync the same events in both films.

The first red arrow (frame1) is Toni Foster (I believe that's her) and her forward step to a widened step.

The second red arrow is Jackie's hand position in relationship to JFK's head.

I recommend looking closely at the plat plotting I provided and where the LOS's from the Z/Bronson pedestals intersect crossing Elm St. That's where frame 1 begins.

In the gif, 24 Z frames = 19 Bronson frames

The ratio should be 18.3/12

An error tolerance of 1Bronson frame = 1.525 Z frames

 

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